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Apocalypse Mini-Chess

If you had a Java-capable browser, you could play Apocalypse Mini-Chess here.
Keys "s"=save "l"=load "b"=back once

Object is to capture all five opposing pawns. Moves are simultaneous. If both players choose to move to the same square, horseman takes pawn, otherwise both perish.

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These are simple illustrations rather than strong opponents.

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WWW Page Added: Sunday, June 27, 2001 


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Credits

Author: Ed Friedlander. Inventor: C. S. Elliott.

Comments

This item is a Java program
It belongs to categories: Two dimensional, Small board
It was last modified on: 2002-08-17
 Author: Ed  Friedlander. Inventor: C. S. Elliott. Apocalypse Mini-Chess. Miniature version with four horsemen.
Conor Thompson wrote on 2012-09-02 EDT
That's promotion.

David W wrote on 2008-12-09 ESTExcellent ★★★★★
Fun!  My only issue is that the program seems to have a glitch where if a
player moves a knight to take a pawn and the pawn moves out of the square,
it automatically converts to a knight (not that big a deal, but it does
tend to make it a bit to easy to eliminate the last pawn).  

That said, I love the game concept itself, so ^_^.

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