Chess Titans is a complex strategy game, and success depends on planning ahead, paying attention to your opponent, and making adjustments as the game goes on.
Because the strategy used in a game of chess can be complicated, hundreds of helpful books have been written about mastering the game. As players become more interested in the game, they often look to these references for more advanced information. What we can explain to you here is limited to the object of the game, how to start a game, and how to move each piece on the board.
The object of the game is to put your opponent's king in checkmate. Each player has one king. As you capture your opponent's pieces, you'll gradually make the opposing king more and more vulnerable to capture. When your opponent's king cannot move out of the way of your pieces before your next turn, you've won the game. When you see a bold red square under your king, it's in check, and your opponent has won.
At the beginning of a game, the chess board features two groups of 16 pieces, each arranged in two rows, with one piece to a square. As you move your pieces forward across the board, you and your opponent will try to occupy the same squares. If you can move one of your pieces to a square that your opponent occupies, you capture that piece and remove it from the board. This reduces the size (and strength) of your opponent's set of pieces.
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Product Type: Haupt Titel
Entwickler: Microsoft Game Studios
Herausgeber: Microsoft Game Studios
ESRB: Nicht bewertet
System AnforderungenWindows Vista