Fool's Mate in Weaponized Chess





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Published on Dec 18, 2013

This video does NOT show the Android version, it shows the OLD graphics from the older, original Linux version. In fact, the graphics for the Linux version have been significantly improved and there are now 13 different sets of game pieces instead of just two. At some point this video will be updated with the new graphics but that is not a priority task.

In fact, the most accurate image you can see of the Android version of the game board are the still images you see on the Google Game Play webpage for the game. The video of the Android version is somewhat degraded in comparison to the visually-more-accurate still images.

The gameplay is the same on both the Linux and Android versions except you touch the screen to control instead of using the mouse.

This short video shows what it is like to play a game in WeaponizedChess. A WeaponizedChess version of Fool's Mate is demonstrated. This video does not try to explain the game in detail. WeaponizedChess has a closer correspondence to modern conflict than regular chess but this video does not talk about that. This video spends very little time talking about the user interface. The slideshows DO explain the game in detail, discuss the ways in which WeaponizedChess more closely resembles modern warfare, and describe the user interface. The upcoming videos showing use of the game program will also provide more information. Each video will serve a different informative purpose and each video will cover information that is not covered in any other video. This video includes art work from the game, shows rendered images of the complex-symbolic piece set.

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