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Chess on a Tesseract. Chess played over the 24 two-dimensional sides of a tesseract. (24x(5x5), Cells: 504) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Joe Joyce wrote on Thu, Jan 4 07:36 AM UTC in reply to Jean-Louis Cazaux from Fri Dec 8 2023 10:44 PM:

Thanks, Jean-Louis, I appreciate your assistance. I will have to dig up my version of Pritchard and look up Maack. Apologies for the slow reply; a combination of health issues slowed me down considerably last month.

I'm not surprised Maack's version "failed to recruit players". My version of 4x4x4x4 was deliberately designed to make it as easy to play as possible. I'm not seeing hordes of players clamoring to play it.