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Tomb Chess Game Description

A unique approach to the classic game of chess. this is a chess like strategy game. Your objective is to clear the board (graveyard) of your opponent's pieces (ghouls). Unlike regular chess, you do not see a playing piece until it rises from the grave and you do not know if it will be on your side or the opponent's until it actually appears.


Tomb Chess Game Instructions

Use your mouse to play.

Each 'chess' piece is allocated a strength value from 1 to 6. In general, a higher-ranked ghoul can kill another ghoul of equal or lesser strength. However,this does not apply to the pawn - the pawn can kill the king, but the king cannot kill the pawn.


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Game name: Tomb Chess
Played: 13.490 times
Category: Board games » Chess games
Author: Free World Group

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