Chess Move is a logic-based gravity puzzle using chess pieces. The object is to capture the enemy king (who's lazy and doesn't move). The moves you can make are based on standard chess, meaning that a rook can move straight up and down, a bishop can move diagonally, a king can move one space in any direction, etc. If you move your piece over a space, it will fall to the bottom of that space.
Your pieces can't be captured, but they can stand on top of one another. So, for example, if you move your king underneath the rook, it can give you access to spaces that the rook couldn't reach before. In higher levels, you'll find one-way platforms, locked doors, keys, and other items to help solve the puzzle.
Can you complete all 24 levels?
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Click the chess piece you want to move. This will reveal the available spaces you can move to. Next, click the space where you want your piece to end up. Remember that gravity works in this puzzle, so if you click an area above your piece where there isn't any support, it'll just fall back down.
Chess Move Logic Puzzle Game Review
I generally enjoy a good logic puzzle, and maybe this one has some elements that I'd like at higher levels, but so far I just haven't really gotten into Chess Move. That's not to say it's poorly designed, because it's not. And I'm sure that a lot of people would find it quite engaging. It's just a personal preference kind of thing.