Chess - Easy Chess
Chess is known as the game of kings. That is not necessarily due to the fact that only kings can play this game, but rather that the most important piece in the game is the king. Around him are your other characters with which you need to protect your king on the one hand, and on the other hand try to capture your opponent's king. You have the familiar playing field with eight by eight fields in front of you. On the lower two lines, your pieces can be seen in white - your opponent has the black pieces. In the bottom row are the tower, the knight and the bishop, as well as the king and queen in the middle. The pieces have different possibilities of moving around. The farmer can only move one field forward, in his first motion, he can also move two spaces forward. He can beat diagonally. The runner can also move diagonally - the tower can only move straight ahead. The knight can jump over other pieces in a knight's move - two in one direction and then one field around the corner. The lady is the most powerful piece in Chess – it can move straight ahead or diagonally. The king is the most important figure, however, and can only move one square in any direction. You move your pieces by clicking on them with them mouse and then clicking on the spot that you would like to move them to. Then it is the opponent’s turn and he moves one of his pieces. The game of Chess that you are presented with here is ideal for learning the quite challenging game. It gives you the opportunity to take moves back, you can even take multiple moves back. However, you should not use this feature all that often and only do so when you have committed rather severe errors. After all, you want to beat the computer opponent by way of fair means. The computer opponent is not to be underestimated. On the right side, you can see a notation of the last moves. Now it is up to you to measure yourself in Chess, the game of kings, and show how strategically you can play.