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It was last modified on: 2013-06-22
 By Daniel Robert MacDuff. 4-by-1 Knot Chess. Four lines in a 4D space meet at a central cell. (Cells: 65) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Ben Reiniger wrote on 2013-06-24 UTC
I'm not really sure if this qualifies as a 4D variant, but I've indexed it that way to be as inclusive as possible. If pieces couldn't turn at the knot, I would insist that it is 4D, but which is easier to explain here: four disjoint 1D boards with a glued square, or a subset of the 4D board with turning pieces? (Note that in the 4D interpretation, the Entity's teleport power is almost the same as a 4D bishop's move.)