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  • Summary: 1.General Information
    A strategy chess-like game. Your objective is to clear the board(graveyard) of your opponent’s pieces(role).
    Unlike regular chess, you do not see a playing piece until it rises from the grave and you do not know if it will be on your side or your opponent’s
    1.General Information
    A strategy chess-like game. Your objective is to clear the board(graveyard) of your opponent’s pieces(role).
    Unlike regular chess, you do not see a playing piece until it rises from the grave and you do not know if it will be on your side or your opponent’s until it actually appears.

    2.Playing Pieces
    Each ‘chess’ piece is allocated a strength value from 1 to 6. In general, a higher ranked role can kill anther role of equal or lesser strength. However, this does not apply to the role“1” - the role“1” can kill the role“6”, but the role“6” cannot kill the role“1”.
    Placing your finger over a chess piece will show you its name and strength.

    3.Selection and Movement
    The game begins with a graveyard full of tombs. You can click on any undisturbed grave to make a role rise.
    The role may either be one of yours or your opponents(50:50 chance either way).
    Finger Click
    To move your role, simply click on it and then select an empty space or weaker opponent immediately adjacent to it.

    4.All playing pieces can only move one space UP, DOWN, LEFT OR RIGHT.
    At any time during the game you can either move an already raised role or raise a new role from the grave.

    5.How a Game Ends
    A game can end 2 ways :
    1) When all your pircrs or your opponent’ s have been cleared from the board.
    2) If a stalemate or draw is reached where by no playing piece have been killed in 25 moves.
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