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Glinski's hexagonal chess

Page history last edited by PBworks 15 years, 11 months ago

Here is an improved version for Glinksi's hexaganal chess ZRF (written originally by J. Mark Thompson and Ivan A Derzhanski). I created a nicer graphics and Alfred Pfeiffer implemented Glinski's standard notation.

 

 

Chess pieces are taken from Wikipedia's chess diagram pieces and converted to format accepted by Zillions-of-Games. The board is created by myself. I took the same colors for dark and light colors as in Wikipedia diagram. The third color ("gray") I made to be median of others two. I used this graphics to describe piece movements in Wikipedia's article on GliƄski's hexagonal chess.

 

Here is a screenshot:

 

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