Really Bad Chess - although the main thread through the gameplay of this Android game and runs the theme of chess, but the rules introduced by the developers are very, very original, which distinguishes this novelty from the background of numerous analogues. So, after running the application, you will see a standard chessboard in front of you, on which there are traditional figures: a king, a queen, a horse, a tour, a rook and a "division" of pawns. The main difference from classical chess in our case is the number of figures used. So, many users will be surprised to see on the field not put eight pawns, but only three, and the queens can be not two, but four, the horse is only one and so on. And it is with such a non-standard scenario that the user has to win every game, and, in each new game, the conditions and the number of figures change. The first matches are strongly recommended to play against a computer opponent, and when you get comfortable and understand what's what, you can invite a friend into the game or choose opponents from the system offered. Moving the figures around the field can be ordinary tapas, and selecting a figure, you will see highlighted options for potential moves, but this is primarily aimed at beginning chess players. In general, although the project is very primitive, but its unique concept deserves close attention of all fans of chess battles.
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