There are several places to play the board game Stratego online, including the official website, and some unofficial sites where you can play Stratego-like games with interesting twists. Stratego is all about tactics, strategy, and cold hard bluff; it's like a combination of chess and poker. Millions of copies of this classic board game have been sold worldwide. This game originated in France during the early 20th century, took off in popularity during WWII, and became available in the U.S. in the 1960s.
At Stratego.com, register with a new account or login with Facebook. You can play single player or multiplayer games. There are two versions available: Stratego Original with 40 pieces and Quick with 10 pieces. You can play against the computer, challenge your friends, or be matched with a similar ranking player. You can play a League Match to be counted for the Leagues and Ladders, with the top 250 players displayed. You get Battle Coins to purchase avatars, boards, and coats of arms, with the option to purchase more with real money at the Stratego store.
Stratego Original at Gravon.net
Gravon.net is home to a number of online board games and card games, including Tichu, Balloon Cup, and Stratego Original. Much of the site is in English, although some of the text is in German. It is presented by Stratego Deutschland e.V. You can choose to play with European or American pieces.
Stratego on Steam
You can play Stratego on the Steam video game platform in single player mode from Jumbo in cooperation with Youdagames. This renewed version of Stratego comes with a completely new and improved computer opponent that can be set to easy, normal, and hard mode to match your tactical skills. Play as many battles as you like, and keep track of your performance in the overall statistics. Defeat the enemy in a "classic" 40 vs. 40 battle, a "quick" 16 vs. 16 battle, or play a full campaign. Play offline Stratego any time and everywhere, no internet connection required. You can just play offline anywhere you want. You will not ever have to wait for human players that do not respond or quit the game halfway through.
Sabotage at ItsYourTurn.com
At ItsYourTurn.com, players can compete in the Stratego-like game Sabotage. Several clever variants are also available, including Mini Sabotage, Sabotage Rush, Corner Sabotage, and Sabotage Open Rush. It does differ a little from Stratego. You can win by doing one of three things: capturing your opponent's headquarters, capturing all of their movable pieces, or immobilizing your opponent so they cannot make any moves. You will not know what any of your opponent's pieces are until your Recon piece exposes them.
Master of the Flag at Jayoogee.com
You can play a Stratego-like game, Master of the Flag, for free online against a computer at Jayoogee.com. Apparently, their computer artificial intelligence design got top placements at the Computer Stratego World Championships for four years. It uses the same rules as the board game Stratego.
You can play free Stratego online at KeyGames.com. You will have to endure a video ad first. You will need to have Adobe Flash installed or install it. You will be able to create a profile, challenge friends, and enjoy 3D battle effects. Best of all, there is no cost at all (except watching an ad when you want to play).
Fog.Com Free Stratego
This free Stratego online game is developed by Jumbo/Keesing. You can play against the computer or a real opponent, each player has 40 pieces that represent individual officers and soldiers in an army with different strengths. To play, you can sign up for a FOG account or you can join the game using your Facebook login.