Non-Euclidean Chess

Non-Euclidean Chess

Pretty dang good. I want knights to jump over gaps in Slider Chess. But, other than that I’m just looking forward to more. Kinda funky how there’s 4d chess, aptly named Chesseract, but no 3d or 1d which seem much easier to implement and understand.

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

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Very solid game, especially for early access, lots of fun ideas with this one and the dev team is pretty quick to fix the bugs once they are notified.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Non-Euclidean Chess on Steam

Eonica Chess Battle

Eonica Chess Battle

great auto battle game, good graphics

Real player with 507.4 hrs in game

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This is the best chess game I’ve ever played. The amount of depth to the game, while still in early access, is impressive. I think that the game will only get better with time and will have more players to compete against as the game grows in popularity.

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Eonica Chess Battle on Steam



After having played this game extensively since I acquired it, I am posting this review in the hopes of addressing the points made in the negative review above, as the reviewer clearly does not understand the purpose of this game. This is going to be somewhat lengthy, will try to summarize at the top.

TLDR; Pro’s and con’s below. If you came here expecting standalone chess look elsewhere, if you are interested in a sandbox experience where you can create your own units read on.

First and foremost I would like to point out something that I believe is the reason for said reviewers negative perception of this game, and that is that Wardens is NOT chess. If you go into Wardens expecting standalone chess, you will be disappointed. At present the only resemblance this game has to chess is the movement and arrangement of the pieces (for now), and that it is played on a chess board. However, despite one of the default game types being Capture the King, Wardens lacks practically all other basic chess rules, such as en passante, castling, and most importantly, check. As your goal in the aforementioned game mode is to KILL the king, not checkmate him. This was done so as to introduce the concept of the abilities in a familiar way without overwhelming the player. As for the abilities being boring, I admit that I myself do not care for the starting decks. That is because those decks are more useful as templates, to showcase possible abilities and help you to make your own. So the abilities are only as boring as you make them. Granted the amount of things you can do at the moment is a bit limited, but there is a surprising amount of versatility with what is already there. With the tools currently available, I have created over 4 pages worth of cards, with varied abilities including, but not limited to, things such as a unit that when they have sufficient mana they and surrounding allies cannot be frozen, a unit that has an ability that grants permanent attack immunity until next overtake (akin to stealth), and a unit that allows allies to cast their abilities for free provided they have sufficient mana for said ability, although this requires (for now) compatibility to be integrated into the other units in order to work, as does my most recent unit, which will allow nearby allies to cast their abilities for 3 mana less. The list goes on, and it will only improve with time as more things become available.

Real player with 74.6 hrs in game

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As a chess player, this looked interesting, but I can’t recommend it. It’s basically just chess, but the pieces have boring abilities, their movement is unchanged. Board readability is terrible, all the pieces (both yours and your opponent’s) look too similar and so everything blends together until you can’t figure out what is happening anymore. There’s no tutorial, and the AI you can play against is terrible, if you’re decent at chess you will easily crush it.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Wardens on Steam

Chinese Chess/ Elephant Game: 象棋/ 中国象棋/ 中國象棋

Chinese Chess/ Elephant Game: 象棋/ 中国象棋/ 中國象棋

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I like the game btw.

Real player with 63.6 hrs in game

vey col gam 10/10 woald payl agen

Real player with 18.7 hrs in game

Chinese Chess/ Elephant Game: 象棋/ 中国象棋/ 中國象棋 on Steam



If you like chess and want to blow your mind with new dimensions then Chess++ is the way. I like the fact it has a step by step tutorial and introduces a new piece- “The Unicorn”. It would be nice if you could see the computer evaluation of the position or ask for hints for the best move. It would also be nice to see it linked to an online vender/server like:,, or I can’t wait for a VR version! I got the game as an early release and stream games looking for best strategy and tactics at: I definitely recommend it for hours of mind blowing fun.

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

“Raumschach (German for Space Chess) is one of the first three-dimensional chess variants and the first to survive until present times. It was invented by Herr Doktor Ferdinand Maack in 1907. Maack first experimented with an 8x8x8 array but later determined that a 5x5x5 array yields a nicer game. Maack founded a Raumschach club in Hamburg in 1919, which remained active until the Second World War.”

Not bad, but needs better camera controls. After all, rotating the camera around the board is more important than rotating the camera itself or moving it in a plane.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Chess++ on Steam

Regimental Chess

Regimental Chess

I find this game very interesting, but with a few problems. When you get into a game with someone, either player can leave and come back as they choose, making it similar to email chess. The downside is that this makes it difficult to actually get into a game and finish it. You tend to lose track of the individual games when there’s a list of 10 of them waiting for the other player to make their move. I personally don’t like this Words With Friends/Draw Something style of gameplay as it can slow the pace of games to a crawl. The option of timed moves or a chess clock, forcing the players to stay and finish the game in a set amount of time would be a big improvement. That being said, when both players are actually staying in the game to completion, it’s very, very good. The changes to regular chess that have been made here keep the feeling of playing a chess game, but on a bigger scale. The ability to control groups of pieces at once adds a layer of complexity that is extremely engaging. At the same time, having the pawns engage each other one at a time, trying to open up a path for your other units reminds me of something out of a Total War game.

Real player with 9.1 hrs in game

Regimental Chess is a modern take on a somewhat old concept where bored students would put a bunch of chess boards together and play a large bash with several sets of pieces, with a variety of different house rules for such games floating around.

It’s an unusual idea but the delivery here is quite flat, with barebones low poly chess pieces, multiplayer only but there’s no players (no AI, I understand that would be a complex undertaking, but if you set a high bar for a game, you should at least try to reach it!), a confused and annoying UI, quite a few bugs, and of course they want your email address. That’s the kind of stuff that will get any gamers hackles up, so it’s understandable there’s no players. Because of those issues I can’t recommend this.

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

Regimental Chess on Steam

Chess Cubed

Chess Cubed

Great for fans of puzzles and strategy games.


Real player with 29.6 hrs in game

Chess Cubed is my personal game of september so far.

I’ve been waiting for this game for 3 Months now, and it was worth the wait completly!

Thanks for reading my review, I hope you liked it as much as I like Chess Cubed.


Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

Chess Cubed on Steam

Battlecraft - Tactics Online

Battlecraft - Tactics Online

jogo bom p crl, muito divertido e simples. Used to play while working.

Real player with 21.6 hrs in game

not enough player

but seriously this is a good game and have a loooooooooooottttttttttttttttttttt potential

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

Battlecraft - Tactics Online on Steam

Caïssa Board

Caïssa Board

The first graphical user interfaces for chess have appeared in the 1990s. Since then, they have considerably evolved but are still very complicated. Caïssa Board is a modern Chess GUI that is capable of interfacing with many chess engines while being tuned toward simplicity of use. It also provides tactical and strategic hints such as the possibility of forks or the controlled squares. The public domain Chess Engine Gull 3 is included with Caïssa Board so you can start playing and analyze games without delay.

Caïssa Board on Steam

Chess Knights: High Noon

Chess Knights: High Noon

Incredible game!! This is definitely the most fun game in the Chess Knights series! I love western movies and this game has the perfect western vibe! In the other games, you could only survive, escapingfrom the enemies, but now you are a badass gunslinger and you only advance if you eliminate all enemies on the level! The puzzle continues with the same quality from Minimol games, but now we have the addition of Duel mode, which forces you to think and act very fast, just like in a real duel! I can’t wait for the full release!

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

I really like the games in the Chess Knights series. When I saw this game announced with this theme I confess that I found it unusual.

Well, what I can say is that this game just became my new favorite in the series.

In addition to the game being beautiful like the others, and counting very well elaborated puzzles (ranging from the simplest ones that present the mechanics, to the most challenging ones), the theme was very well implemented, including the duel, which is very well incorporated gameplay dynamics in a way I didn’t imagine for a game inspired by chess.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Chess Knights: High Noon on Steam