Battle games all use a number of different types of pieces, each with different styles of movement. Typically the goal is to capture a key piece belonging to your opponent. Many of the battle games played today are descended from Chaturanga, a very ancient game from India. Battle Games Abstract Board Games Games.
- Play Play-by-eMail Amazons www
Play with 2 players from the standard starting position, Amazons, or with 3-4 players with other starting positions. Play-by-eMail Amazons.
- Detailed Chess Variants - Amazons www
Detailed history of the game, Variants - Amazons, description of rules, and an old (1995) copy of Michael Keller's Windows implementation. Chess Variants - Amazons.
- Information About.com: Chess www
Information includes rules, Chess, tactics, clubs, software, and Internet play. About.com: Chess.
- Includes Chess training www
Includes tactics, training, lectures, combinations, history, and games of all World Championships. Chess training.
- Elemental RPGnet Review of Elemental www
Elemental is an abstract-strategy board game, Review of Elemental, like Chess or Go. RPGnet Review of Elemental.
- A Zarcana www
A board game played with Icehouse pieces and tarot cards. Zarcana.
- Game Zendobun www
Game variant using sentences. Zendobun.
- Includes Queens' Courtiers www
Includes an explanation, Courtiers, and rules of the game. Queens' Courtiers.
- Rules Shogi - The Next Generation www
Rules for a variant of Shogi playable in three dimensions instead of just two. Shogi - The Next Generation.
- Rules The Rules of Shogi www
Rules and proper etiquette. The Rules of Shogi.
- An Abstract Strategy Games www
An index sorted by letter and author. Strategy Games. Includes pictures, game descriptions, and rules. Abstract Strategy Games.
- Similar Irensei www
Similar to connect five, Irensei, but you can remove enclosed stones like Go. Include rules, examples, and download. Irensei.
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Alexa Directory Top Sites: Battle Games Abstract
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dmoz.org Directory: Battle Games Abstract