Solitaire Chess Free

Solitaire Chess Free


Can you leave just one man standing?

Simple to learn, impossible to master, addictively fun - Solitaire Chess by ThinkFun is a new logic puzzle based on the rules of Chess. For chess newbies and experts alike, Solitaire Chess can be played quickly as every move must be a capture. Early challenges may seem easy, but soon you’ll find yourself in deeper waters, pushing your mind and thinking hard about your moves to try and solve each puzzle.

HOW TO PLAY:
Each challenge begins with a selection of chess pieces on a 4x4 game board. Your goal is to capture the pieces one by one until there’s only one left.

Every move must be a capture, so plan your moves wisely or you risk leaving pieces stranded!

Don't worry if you're not familiar with Chess. Hold any piece in the air to see its name and all possible moves. Within a few challenges, you'll be familiar with every piece – making this a great way to get familiar with the pieces and movement rules of Chess.

Solitaire Chess includes UNDO and RESET buttons, so don't be nervous about experimenting in the game. There’s even a HINT button for when you get in a real bind.

GAME FEATURES:
- 40 Challenges, 10 at each difficulty level (the full version has 400 challenges!)
- Four difficulty levels: EASY, MEDIUM, HARD, EXPERT
- Challenge Scorecard to keep track of your wins
- Save multiple games in progress
- Hint/Reset/Undo buttons to help you figure out each puzzle
- Solve button to see how it’s done
- Quick and easy Tutorial

Solitaire Chess recently won a 2011 Parents' Choice Gold Award for excellence in mobile play.

If you like Solitaire Chess, try out the Rush Hour App. Rush Hour Traffic Jam is the world’s most successful logic puzzle – now presented in app form by ThinkFun with 2,500 brand-new challenges!

Visit www.thinkfun.com to see Solitaire Chess and other great brain games from ThinkFun!

Recent changes:
Fix for rare undo/hint force close bug.
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File size
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About Solitaire Chess Free
Can you leave just one man standing?

Simple to learn, impossible to master, addictively fun - Solitaire Chess by ThinkFun is a new logic puzzle based on the rules of Chess. For chess newbies and experts alike, Solitaire Chess can be played quickly as every move must be a capture. Early challenges may seem easy, but soon you’ll find yourself in deeper waters, pushing your mind and thinking hard about your moves to try and solve each puzzle.

HOW TO PLAY:
Each challenge begins with a selection of chess pieces on a 4x4 game board. Your goal is to capture the pieces one by one until there’s only one left.

Every move must be a capture, so plan your moves wisely or you risk leaving pieces stranded!

Don't worry if you're not familiar with Chess. Hold any piece in the air to see its name and all possible moves. Within a few challenges, you'll be familiar with every piece – making this a great way to get familiar with the pieces and movement rules of Chess.

Solitaire Chess includes UNDO and RESET buttons, so don't be nervous about experimenting in the game. There’s even a HINT button for when you get in a real bind.

GAME FEATURES:
- 40 Challenges, 10 at each difficulty level (the full version has 400 challenges!)
- Four difficulty levels: EASY, MEDIUM, HARD, EXPERT
- Challenge Scorecard to keep track of your wins
- Save multiple games in progress
- Hint/Reset/Undo buttons to help you figure out each puzzle
- Solve button to see how it’s done
- Quick and easy Tutorial

Solitaire Chess recently won a 2011 Parents' Choice Gold Award for excellence in mobile play.

If you like Solitaire Chess, try out the Rush Hour App. Rush Hour Traffic Jam is the world’s most successful logic puzzle – now presented in app form by ThinkFun with 2,500 brand-new challenges!

Visit www.thinkfun.com to see Solitaire Chess and other great brain games from ThinkFun!

Recent changes:
Fix for rare undo/hint force close bug.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 2, 2015
Screen blacks out The game board turns black while playing. Please fix
A Google User
Apr 21, 2015
Unplayable The menu displays just fine, but the rest of the screen is black. After reading the comments, this seems to be a fairly common problem, especially on samsung galaxy s4 and s5 (I am using an s4). Despite being unplayable on my device, I still rated it three stars because it's a great puzzle game - on supported devices. Its a shame it doesn't work on my phone, I would be playing the heck out of it.
A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Regarding resolution... If you're going to make a game compatible with tablets, it should scale to fit a tablet screen. Playing in a phone-sized window on a 7" tablet isn't what I'd call fun.
A Google User
Mar 5, 2015
Graphics black out Hard to play because the chess board would flicker or go black. Samsung galaxy s4
A Google User
Jan 25, 2015
Fun game Great game but it's pretty glitchy on my galaxy s5. It shows a black screen but you can make the board show up by randomly swiping in the black area. You can still play it's just annoying and I wouldn't pay for it until that is fixed.
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