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It was last modified on: 2005-06-04
 Author: David  Howe and Fergus  Duniho. Inventor: Ralph  Betza. Chess with Different Armies. A Ralph Betza personal favorite: Features series of armies with approximately the same strength as the FIDE army. (Recognized!)[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Hi wrote on 2013-06-09 UTC
>The links to random games don't work - they just produce FIDE vs. FIDE.

You must start playing the game to produce random armies.

Jeremy Good wrote on 2009-06-25 UTC
The links to random games don't work - they just produce FIDE vs. FIDE.

David Paulowich wrote on 2008-11-11 UTC

Changing the preset requires saving a new preset - under a new name. If you use a preset that does not enforce the rules, then you can drop new pieces on the board - as part of your first move in the game.

pallab basu wrote on 2008-11-10 UTC
I can not customize the preset. Say I want to start a game of RR vs FF. I change the chancellor in RR team to a queen and invite somebody. After the acceptance the armies are again reverting back in their original form.

Fergus Duniho wrote on 2005-06-06 UTC
I fixed the bug I said I knew about. I still need to test the Nutty Knights.

Fergus Duniho wrote on 2005-06-05 UTC
I have been testing and debugging the code for the new presets this afternoon. I fixed several bugs, but there is still one I know of, and I haven't yet begun to test and debug the Nutty Knights, since I have been testing it with a game of Colorbound Clobberers vs. Remarkable Rookies. I will continue testing and debugging later.

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