Fair Chess: turn-based strategy with simultaneous moves

Forget everything you knew about chess! (Well, except the movement rules).

In Fair Chess neither side has the advantage of the first move (or the advantage of seeing the opponent's move and using a counter-strategy). Figures move simultaneously. In cases of collision the outcome is defined by random.

With simultaneous moves we've got a completely different game: dynamic, thrilling and unexpected. It appeals both to the chess-fans and to those who don't play the usual chess much.


3 modes available:
Single player (vs computer)
Hotseat (2 players at 1 computer)
Online multiplayer (internet gaming)

Release status
Limited release at WildTangent. Ready for worldwide release.

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Programming language: Action Script 3 (clientside), C# (serverside)

Player's reviews:

very good game
- Rovira Varo Juan, WildTangent

Intuitive and accessible twist on traditional chess games
- FGL_Brian, FGL

Review Information:
Intuitiveness:7/10Good
Fun:8/10Great
Graphics:8/10Great
Sound:7/10Good
Quality:8/10Great
Overall:7.5/10Very Good



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