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Chess

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Chess is a 2-player game of strategy invented by Sylvie in the year 2019.

The official rules of Chess can be found at love-game.net/chess/darules.txt.
An abbreviated version of the rules can be viewed ingame by pressing F1.

Version History
May 11 2019 (v1.01, love-game.net/chess/101)
Balance patch.

  • Egg: Jump up to 2 spaces or duplicate from an adjacent space to an adjacent space.
  • Flower: Copy to an unoccupied space exactly 3 spaces away, or jump exactly 2 spaces away.
  • New feature: Press 1 or 2 to view accessible squares for the white or black player, respectively.
May 10 2019 (v1.00, love-game.net/chess/100)
Original release.

Online Play
There is no proper "online play" but you can play with your friends using the following cheat code: Ctrl+X
Here are more detailed instructions.

  1. The first player makes their move.
  2. The first player presses Ctrl+X and copies the "board data" string that appears.
  3. The first player sends the board data string to the second player over a chat program.
  4. The second player presses Ctrl+X and replaces the "board data" string with the one received from the first player, then presses OK.
  5. The second player's board is now updated with the first player's move.
  6. The second player makes their move.
  7. The second player presses Ctrl+X and copies the "board data" string that appears.
  8. The second player sends the board data string to the first player over a chat program.
  9. The first player presses Ctrl+X and replaces the "board data" string with the one received from the second player, then presses OK.
  10. The first player's board is now updated with the second player's move.
  11. The process is repeated from the first step.

Author: 
sylvie
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IQ: Intelligent Qhess

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Introduction

Chess was occasionally criticized in the 19th century as a waste of time. Intelligent Qhess encourages this notion.

Intelligent Qhess is here to elevate the meaning of Chess. It is a new beginning in the world of intellectual thought.

In Intelligent Qhess, you will have to reconsider all of your preconceived notions about Chess, Imagination, and Life.

Getting Started

To begin playing, download, unzip, and run Intelligent Qhess.exe. The menu and gameplay of IQ are controlled completely by the mouse. On the main menu, you will have two sets of options: player modes, and gameplay settings.

Choose a suitable player mode: IQ can be played by 1, 2, or 0 people! If you are playing by yourself, I recommend having a match against CPU L2 to start with. But nothing will ever be more strategic then the wit of another human opponent... When you are ready, click on the "BEGIN MATCH" button!

The game will begin immediately. On your turn, simply click on a piece to select it. Then click anywhere on the board to attempt a move. Further, more detailed instructions may be found in the README.

Linux Compatibility

You can play this game on Linux using WINE!

If you are using 64-bit Linux, and the game starts without any sound, you might be missing 32-bit libraries for your default sound device. As a common example, if your setup is PulseAudio on 64-bit Debian/Ubuntu, you can install 32-bit libraries using the apt-get utility:
apt-get install libpulse0:i386

Credits

Game design, music by Nikki Bee
Announcement voiceover is by Decky Coss
Graphics and sound effects by Clickteam
Title art ripped and edited from I.Q.: Intelligent Qube
Made in Clickteam Fusion 2.5
More detailed credits are available in the README.

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Chess Variant 4: Super Chess Bro

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The 4th in my chess variant series. This one is almost playable, almost not playable.

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Chess Variant 3: The Legend Of Chessia

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Created for Klik of The Month Klub #100-Games-Per-Person Pirate Kart III: Klik Hardest, Six Fastest, Six Strongest

This is the 3rd in my ongoing Chess Variants challenge. Stay tuned for more.

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Chess Variant 2: ChessMario Teaches Typing

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Chess Variant #2: ChessMario Teaches Typing is the 2nd of many (possibly) deeply unpleasant chess variants.

Enjoy!

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Chess Variant 1: Janey Vs Deep Blue

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You are Janey and you're humanity's best hope for defeating the world's smartest chess computer and winning the glory for all humankind. Attack Deep Blue. Avoid its knight or else.
Humanity's counting on you.

I'm starting this event a month late. Maybe I will make 64 chess variants, one for each square on the chess board. Maybe I won't.

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How Do I Shot Web?

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You are the mystical Space Spider. You must eat chess pieces BECAUSE YOU ARE HUNGRY AND I SAID SO.
Also a boss if you get 995 or higher hunger points.

Conlorts:
Shift- Shot Web
Arrow keys- Move
When enemies are pulled towards you, touch them to eat them.

Author: 
Smedis2
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Never Say Stalemate

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The most famous Chess endgame.

Requires the numpad to move.

High-technological AI included!

Made For: 
Pirate Kart 2
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