Have you ever wanted to fling a bishop at the side of a chess board and have it bounce off and slide into opposing pieces? Me too. Lucky for both of us, I made that a possibility.

How to play:

On your turn, click down on the piece you want to move, pull back with the mouse, and release to fling the piece across the board. Pieces will automatically reorganize themselves to the nearest unoccupied tile at the end of each turn, and they may not go where you expect so plan accordingly.

Aside from the very ridiculous movement, the rules of chess still apply. Capture the opposing king to win the game.

Happy flinging!

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(10)
AuthorAli K
GenreStrategy, Puzzle
Made withUnity
Tags2D, Local multiplayer, Physics, weird
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player countSingleplayer

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lol

1. you can push with queen and capture king with 2 move if black doesn't move

2. and king can be captured without check

3. if you push your piece with rook too strong, it crashs

freind cloned his queens helped

how just how

idk he said moving his own pawns back to where his king started turned his pawn to a queen, but i thought that was only with your pawn reaches the enemy side.

because it is the only way normally

...isnt the flinging animation too slow lol? I'd wish it was faster.

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VERY EPIC IVE ALWAYS WANTED TO STAB PAWNS ON MY H FILE

I cant tell you how much I can relate to that 

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Whoa, this is wild! I haven’t played chess in so long and realise now I don’t understand the rules any more . . . but I understand flinging! XD

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Please multiplayer. This is such a funny variant.

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Found some bugs, if you push another chess when your former chess is still moving. It will always be your turn.

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So I know the point of this game is to be broken but I flung a white pawn to the back rank of black's side and it promoted to a black queen? Awesome.

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I love this concept and I think it could be really fun with a bit more polish!