Good news! Beth Harmon from The Queen’s Gambit and Crazy Harry from The Muppet Show just had a baby, and its name is CHESSPLOSION!
Clear each stage of enemy pieces by placing bombs and avoiding fire from their moves. If you’re worried anything with “chess” in it might be too heady for you, don’t be — this isn’t really a chess game, it’s more of a bomb-themed puzzle game that happens to use a chessboard as its point of action, though the pieces you use follow chess movement rules (some can only move forward, some can move diagonally, etc).
Chessplosion has multiple modes: in Adventure Mode you face off against rooks, knights, bishops and several boss battles. In Puzzle Mode you are given over 100 puzzles to complete by strategically laying out a limited number of bombs. In Survival mode you try to last as long as possible against never-ending waves of chess pieces, and in Battle Mode two players can challenge each other, or even play something akin to tennis but with chess bombs.
Fight through 8 bosses and over 90 stages in Adventure Mode.
Solve over 100 target-breaking puzzles in Puzzle Mode.
Survive over 10 stages of explosion-dodging challenges in Survival Mode.
Battle your friends in 12 different arenas in Battle Mode, with up to 4 players in online or local multiplayer.
Use the comprehensive Assist Mode to adjust the game to your liking by tweaking health, lives, game speed, or outright skipping troublesome stages
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