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4*Chess (four dimensional chess). Four dimensional chess using sixteen 4x4 boards & 96 pieces. (4x4x16, Cells: 256) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Fergus Duniho wrote on 2015-12-21 UTC
The Unicorn piece you're using is for David Paulowich's Unicorn, which moves as a Bishop or a Nightrider. That's why it combines the Bishop and Nightrider images. It does not represent the 3D Unicorn. The Unicorn in the Alfaerie set would be better suited, because it is just a horned horse.