[ Help | Earliest Comments | Latest Comments ][ List All Subjects of Discussion | Create New Subject of Discussion ][ List Earliest Comments Only For Pages | Games | Rated Pages | Rated Games | Subjects of Discussion ]Single Comment Darkness Chess. You have only limited information on where your opponents pieces are. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]Walter_Montego wrote on 2003-06-13 UTC I think It's Your Turn's version of Dark Chess is the best that I've played so far. I do not like the versions on the chess variants site as much. They capture the pieces and don't show you what your piece could see before it was captured and do not have a review feature. Plus the Pawns only move one square all the time and don't show you what's in front of them if they can't move there. It is less information and makes the game too lucky. It's Your Turn allows in-passing (en passant) Pawn captures. It is important in the play of the game! BrainKing's set up is almost the same as It's Your Turn's, but they handle the promotion of Pawns differently. BrainKing doesn't show the Pawn removed from the board nor mention that an extra piece or a regained piece is on the board. I went to Zillions of Games, but wasn't able to get the Dark Chess download to play. I sure would like to have a home version. It'd be cool to set up two screens and play an opponent live. Chess played Battleship style. I'd want to use It's Your Turn's rules, though I wouldn't mind having the option of trying different rules, too. The Dark Chess II game has an twist in its rules by not allowing a move into check. If the game worked like It's Your Turn's version and let you see where you pieces could move to prior to being captured, it might be a pretty good game. I'd have to play it a few times and see. I'm used to the 'move into check, lose the game' rule. Not allowing a move into check would make the game more like Kriegspiel.