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The Chess Variant Pages



This page is written by the game's inventor, Larry Smith.

External Link

This is a link to an external site for: Dune Chess

Dune Chess: http://www.geocities.com/interrupt27/HomePage/DuneChess/DuneChessRules.htm

Alex R. Kraaijeveld pointed out this neat game by L. Lynn Smith to us.

Smith introduced Dune Chess with:

When I first read Frank Hebert's 'Dune', I was amazed at the visual depth of the story. Every now and then, especially when I smell cinnamon, I see an ocean of sand beneath a clear sky of stars and two moons, I hear the static hiss of an approaching sandworm and the distant melody of a thumper.

I designed this simple board game to reflect the struggle to control Arrakis. I hope the reader finds joy in its appreciation.

18 Apr 2007: Link updated. Old link was:
http://users3.ev1.net/~llsmith/DuneChess/DuneChessRules.htm


This 'link page' is meant to provide a link to another website. Note that we have no connection to, nor bear responsibility for the linked sites.

By Larry L. Smith.
Web page created: 2003-07-02. Web page last updated: 2003-07-02