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Apr 27, 2000 | 10:39 PM EDT

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Just made this chess game in case you wanted to play, and you didn't have a chess board... ok it doesn't have death, blood and shit like that but oh well.

hehe check it out... (194 kb)

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KillinkyleKillinkyle

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 18, 2008

Holy snap

This needs to be trancefered to the PSP. A good time waister. Perfect pocket 2 player chess, if u could fit your comp in ur pocket.

I got the idea today



AznimeAznime

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars April 13, 2008

Needs to improve

Nice attempt at making a chess game, the graphics were nice but this is missing a lot of major components. For example
-You can move the pieces anywhere in the piece (like LadyX said)
-Two pieces can be on the same square
Solution: Lock the pieces in place, automatically remove the pieces when 2 occupy the same place
Even though this was meant for 2 player, the piece problem could lead to some arguments. It would have been better if it had a reset button to move all of the confused pieces to their place, and possibly an AI, if you are making a sequel.



KwingKwing

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars March 20, 2008

Split Down the Middle

One one side, it's nice if you have somebody over to play. Really, it is. On the other had, the graphics could use some work, and there should be a button that rotates the field. Most of all, the best improvement would be if you provided the SWF file. Then it could be hosted on a PSP, and you could take it around anywhere with anyone. Other than that, it needs one thing DESPERATELY. Make a rotation button.



michaelcrankmichaelcrank

Rated 0 / 5 stars February 24, 2008

Huh?

there are no computer players and it was awful!



LadyXLadyX

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars November 10, 2007

meh

it's a nice idea but it just has too many flaws.
first of all: the pieces can moved everywhere, no matter what movement-limitations that piece has or if there are other pieces in the way, etc.
then, there are no "turns", mea┬┤ning that the white pieces can all be moved one after another without moving one single black piece.
also, the pieces aren't snapping to the grid, which sure would have been a nice feature. instead they just "hang around" somewhere on the board.
furthermore, a little sidebar, showing what moves had been made and when (for example: 1. e4 e5 2. d4 f6, and so on) would have been very nice, too.

as i said: this is a nice idea, but it needs a lot improvement!


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