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Larry Smith wrote on 2005-01-28 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
I really need to actually play this game to properly evaluate it. I fear that the test game may encompass the remaining few years of my life and I might not be able to report my findings. ;-) But let me add that I believe that this is a very intriguing 3D Chess game. Though the game is large, it should not exceed the length of a game of the 8x8x8 size. And the potentials within this game definitely stretch one's mental capacity. With the Influence rules controlling the movement of the pieces and the Alice rules controlling the dynamics, the game-play should be both lively and frustrating. All in all, a game to try at least once.

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