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Oct 16, 2006 | 11:57 AM EDT
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Chess comes to life, in this original, highly addictive real-time chess game by 2DPlay. Play as the White Knight, engaged in a fierce battle of skill against the dreaded army of Black Pawns. Defend your castle against their merciless onslaught by moving in the knight's 'L' move to kill the pawns. But here's where it gets a gazillion times more exciting - it's not turn-based! Move your Knight as fast as you can, across the board, taking out the black pawns and halting their attack march towards your castle. There are also some really neat power-ups of speed, stealth, freeze and destruction to name a few. This is a game like no other - it's Crazy Chess!

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puppydog54321puppydog54321

Rated 2 / 5 stars

okay game

This is an okay game.

Here is what you can do to improve it:
1.Add different pieces other than knights like rooks or kings.

That is all



dogfood00dogfood00

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

boring

crazy indeed...but boring,



timothy444timothy444

Rated 3 / 5 stars

An interesting idea that gets repetitive

This game provides a great new twist in chess althrough it gets to repetitive to actually enjoy it. An idea to imrpove your score is the introduce other pieces adn more powerups.


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KuwagaKuwaga

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A New Twist to Chess

As the name implies, this seemingly simple game of chess is indeed, crazy. As more and more pawns accumulate on the chess board, the game turns into something of a race. With power-ups and somewhat of a challenge, this game does chess well. Another great thing about this game is that it definitely improved my usage of the knight. I always regarded it as a supporting piece, something that couldn't be of much use except in cornering the king. However, this game has proved that mentality wrong.


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willhuxleywillhuxley

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Excellent inadvertant chess training program

Though I am aware that this is simply a regular game, the implication that you can improve your use of you knight is truly there whether it was intended or not. The game is admittedly not terribly challenging but I enjoyed it all the same. Other pieces would also be welcomed.


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