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Chess Comp Stomp with Hacks

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Pawn 10 Points

Complete 1 objective

Knight 10 Points

Complete 2 objectives

Bishop 10 Points

Complete 3 objectives

Rook 25 Points

Complete 4 objectives

Queen 25 Points

Complete 5 objectives

King 25 Points

Complete 6 objectives

Grandmaster 50 Points

Complete 7 objectives

Author Comments

You're playing against the AI in a chess match. The AI has vast computational resources, but you have hacks. Use your hacks to win!

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This was actually fun, lmao. Very underrated, so here's a 5 from me.

dtsudo responds:

Thanks for playing! I'm happy to hear you had fun :)

Fun "chess" game.

If you are 1300 in normal chess like me, you will win this easily but still very fun to try. Have to watch out for accidental queen move like knight checkmate though.

On the AI, yeah it hangs knights and bishops for no reason (even without the hacks). The final AI blundered checkmate despite still having like 10 queens on (it moved the only queen defending it).

dtsudo responds:

Thanks for playing! :) Feedback regarding the difficulty is something that others have mentioned too. I have no doubt a 1300 will win easily though I also want to ensure weaker chess players can beat the game. I think adding difficulty options would be one way to improve the difficulty curve.

Yeah, the AI can do dumb things. I once watched it hang a rook, and then it hung a bishop while trying, unsuccessfully, to save its doomed rook (a manifestation of the "horizon effect" in chess AI).

Hilarious game. AI is quite bad but still fun.

dtsudo responds:

Thanks for playing!

Yes, the AI isn't that great; it thinks about 2 to 4 plies (i.e. 1 to 2 full turns) ahead, depending on the complexity of the board and how much time it has to think. (For contrast, Stockfish, the world's most powerful chess engine, can compute 20 to 40 plies in a few seconds!)

I'm dumb as a brick, but you don't have to think much to pull off a clean kamikaze.

interesting, reminds me of the hayday of flash games!

Credits & Info

2.99 / 5.00

Mar 9, 2022
6:42 PM EST