Click and drag each piece, like it is a virtual chess board in front of you. You must have 2-3 human players on one computer/device to play, there NO COMPUTER PLAYERS. Ideal for class rooms and game nights on a big screen!
Traditional rules of chess apply.
Player on left starts the game, turns go clockwise.
Be quiet if your chess pieces is in check or checkmate until it is your turn to save it.
If a pawn gets to any other king row, you can replace it with your choice of a piece that an opponent took.
There are two queens per player, and other types of playing piece changes.
The game requires 2-3 human players, there are no CPU or AI players.
It has been a long time since I released one of my chess variants upon the world, around 2004 or 2005. Based on my board game designs from 1995 to 2014, I decided to release the 2-3 player design on its own. It is another of my virtual board games, no AI or computer players or control of any kind. Bring a friend or two, and play on a big screen, or tablet device, and have some fun trying to outwit the other.
There are no bishop pieces, and each player has two queens. This makes for a slightly quicker game versus traditional chess, especially with extra opponents and angles of attack that you must take into consideration.
Derived from Caeh Chess board game designs, Copyright Joseph Hatcher 1995-2014.