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Extreme 3D Chess Game. 8x8x8 3D Chess with linear, planar and cubic moves; and power absorption. (8x8x8, Cells: 512) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Charles Gilman wrote on 2004-06-05 UTC
The colouring could be extended to leapers with a max. coordinate of 3, using intermediate colours, should you wish to add them for even more complexity! These would be magenta for 3:1:0, orange-red for 3:1:1, mauve for 3:2:0, brown for 3:2:1, gold for 3:2:2, turquoise for 3:3:1, lime for 3:3:2. An article of mine suggesting names for 3d oblique leapers has been submited and should appear in the next few weeks.