Fantasy Chess 3.01.70
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Fantasy Chess 3.01.70 is a great game based on standard chess rules and piece movement, in which you have to trap your opponent's king. In this game, you select ten different character sets for your army pieces from dinosaurs, wild animals, insects, and many more.
Fantasy Chess has features that make it an excellent game for beginners. Possible moves are highlighted making it easy to learn the game. Veteran players will also find this feature useful when working on strategic plays. By seeing all possible movement, nothing gets overlooked.
There are ten different levels of difficulty to choose from and they were designed with the beginner in mind. The levels start with an extremely easy level with each subsequent level offers a greater challenge. You can choose the computer or another person as your opponent. For practicing moves or experimenting with the variety of chess pieces, there is an option for a set up board. So go ahead and get started, it's easy.
- To select a chess piece, place the mouse cursor over the piece you want to move and press and hold down the left mouse button. Drag the piece while holding the button down to move it. Then let go of the mouse button when you are ready to release the piece.
- When you select a chess piece, the squares where you can move the piece will be highlighted. If you try to make an illegal move, the piece will return to its original position. The only exception to this is on the set up board where any move is allowed.
- Castling: A special move for the King that involves the Rook. To castle on the Queen's side, move the King two squares towards the Queen's Rook, then move the Rook to the square on the other side of the King by jumping the Rook over the King. To castle on the King's side, move the King two squares towards the King's Rook, then move the Rook to the square on the other side of the King by jumping the Rook over the King.
- Check: When a King is under attack but can escape.
- Checkmate: When a King is under attack and cannot escape. This ends the game.
- Diagonal: A line of squares diagonally across the chess board.
- Endgame: The last part of a chess game.
- En Passant: Pronounced "on passon" which is French for "in passing." It is a special move for the Pawn that is used to capture an opponent's piece. If a Pawn moves two squares on its first move and in doing so moves past a square where it could have been taken by an opponent's Pawn, the opponent's Pawn can capture him as though he had only moved one space instead of two. The opponent's Pawn can only capture this Pawn if it does so on the very next move.
- File: A line of squares up and down the chess board.
- Fork: When a piece attacks two pieces at the same time.
- Legal Move: A move that is allowed in chess.
- Opening: The first 10 to 15 moves of a game.
- Perpetual Check: When one player puts the other player in check three consecutive times. The game ends in a draw.
- Queening: The promoting of a Pawn to a Queen, Bishop, Knight, or Rook because it reaches the opposite side of the chess board from which it began.
- Rank: A line of squares that run side to side on the chess board.
- Stalemate: A game which ends in a draw because one of the players cannot make a legal move and the player is not in check.
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