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Games derived from chess.

  • The Duke

    Levy. Maneuver. Conquer. The Duke is a dynamic, tile-based strategy game with an old-world, feudal theme, high-quality wooden playing pieces, and an innovative game mechanism in its double-sided tiles. Each side represents a different posture – often considered to be defensive or offensive – and demonstrates exactly what the piece can do within the turn. […]

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  • Jarl: The Vikings Tile-Laying Game

    Game description from the publisher: In the long winters between raiding seasons, warriors keep their intellect sharp through games of wits and chance. Ragnar, Rollo, Floki and even the Earl challenge each other to this game of stone placement filled with tactics and subtle maneuvering for victory. In Jarl: The Vikings Tile-Laying Game, players move […]

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  • Onitama

    Onitama is a two-player, perfect information abstract game with a random starting set-up. On a 5×5 board, both players start with five pawns on their side, with the main pawn in the middle. Each player has two open cards that each display a possible move for any of her pieces. There is a fifth card […]

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  • Gravity Chess

    A gravity game where the pieces move according to chess rules. Each player has one king (weight 6), three queens (weight 4), four rooks (weight 3), four bishops (weight 2), and four pawns (weight 1). You win by a) taking so many opponent pieces that the board cannot be placed level, c) placing your king […]

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  • Knight Moves

    From the publisher’s website: Two combatants must outsmart each other in their attempt to maneuver their sphere to the opposite side of the playing field. But to do so, each rival must first lay down a course of wooden blocks from which their sphere can be catapulted. Moving the blocks like Knights in the game […]

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  • Tile Chess

    In Tile Chess, the board isn’t used and the pieces are represented by tiles. The pieces move in the traditional fashion, including capturing, and the game — and the pieces for that matter — is held together by the restriction that each piece must always be connected to another piece, with that piece being connected […]

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  • Schachen

    Schachen (Chess Me) is a chess variant without a game board, which creates the fascination of a chess game in a compact way. Without long openings, the players enter directly into confrontation. The original rules of Chess are simplified/expanded by a few additional rules. At the start of the game, each player has a king […]

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  • The Queen’s Gambit: The Board Game

    Can you visualize chess games like Beth Harmon in The Queen’s Gambit, thinking multiple moves ahead of her opponents? In The Queen’s Gambit: Das Damengambit, you can try to outwit your fellow players by playing with as much foresight as she did. Each of the 2-4 players has their own gambit piece that moves across […]

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  • Centurion

    Players start the game by placing their Centurion in one of the two middle squares on their side of the game-board. Two Legionnaires are then placed next to the Centurion. Each turn a player may choose to randomly draw a new tile from the bag or move a tile already in play. The innovative game-play […]

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