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Knight Scattering Chess. Knights can neither capture nor be captured, but instead can move opposing pieces a Knight's move away. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Peter Aronson wrote on Thu, Jul 18, 2002 05:00 PM UTC:
Karl, in <u>Knight-Relay Chess</u> you get to move your <strong>own</strong> pieces a Knight's move away from one of your Knights like a Knight -- in <u>Knight Scattering Chess</u> you get to move one of your <strong>opponent</strong>'s pieces a Knight's move from one of your Knights. Not a big change in the rules, but this results in a very different game.