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jcfrog wrote on 2014-03-11 UTC

Hi,

I would like to propose you a very new Xiangqi online version:

http://www.jocly.com/xiangqi

Different skins are available for 2D / 3D views, and original / western pieces.

This game can be played on our platform (http://www.jocly.com/) but also embeded in any web page. You can even change the rules or the design by modifying our initial game with some local pieces/board tuning on your site.

Our goal is to let anyone make any chess variant for playing, testing rules, plus providing a set of tools to show or analyse games.

And we need experts to validate and expand our work :)

Any feedback would be much appreciated.

Any question will be answered.

Thanks,

jerome


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