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A sequential logic puzzle that uses the rules of chess in simplified form to create a diabolical brainteaser challenge. Choose a challenge mat and place it on the game tray or in the storage slot. Place chess pieces on the challenge mat as indicated. Then capture the pieces one by one. When only one piece remains on the board, you win. Play each challenge through, then come back and play it again and again. You must capture a piece with every move, so this Thinkfun logic puzzle game is fast paced and always exciting.
While this is not standard chess, playing Solitaire chess will teach you the basic rules of how to play chess, and deepen your strategic understanding of chess. The game contains 60 challenge cards ranging from beginner to expert with solution descriptions referring to the chess board positions. This game makes an ideal travel game as it comes complete with a built in storage drawer for the challenge cards and Chess pieces. Solitaire Chess can be enjoyed by single players and suitable for 8 ages years and up.
Awards: Winner of the Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award.
Another high quality game from the thinkfun people. I love the shape and size of the chess pieces. I first came across this game as an app on my phone and loved it so wasnt sure if... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter loves this. Very good quality and exellent stratagy game. Well worth the money, like all think fun games.Published 6 months ago by The 1 for U
My son can't put this game down and has gone from losing every game of chess in his club to finally winning. Read morePublished 6 months ago by l23
I bought this game for my 11 year old son who enjoys chess and puzzle type games. We liked the way all the chess pieces and puzzle cards fit inside the game to make it compact for... Read morePublished 19 months ago by G. Faulks
This is a great game and no real knowledge of Chess is needed except how the pieces move but even this is explained very well. Read morePublished on 17 April 2012 by a person of good taste