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This is a game of chess that you play on a game of chess. Two sets of chess pieces: a big set that carries a small set. The goal of the game is to take the small king. On every move you make a move on the small set and the big set in either order. Small pieces cannot leave their big piece board unless there is an adjacent big piece to legally move to, and can move across several adjacent big piece boards in a move as long as the move is legal and uninterrupted by gaps.
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EDIT Dec 2018 - Rules got a minor tweak after someone actually played the game. I'm also including a miniChess board I'm playing with and encouraging people to try this one out, since it'll simplify the rules by eliminating castling, pawn double moves, and making the game overall quicker to play. But is the tiny version actually fun? Only play testing will find out.
Print two sets, one in black, on in white.
Get a chess board.
- Read Rules.
4, Scratch Head.
- E-mail me or comment here on how it went. 'Cause I'd really like to know.