TwoSdayz - Master Chess. Welcome to TwoSdayz! Every Tuesday Kat and Curt battle it off in one of the many Multiplayer games GLive. Today we decided to play Master Chess.

TwoSdayz - Master Chess

By Katastrophic    Gepos op Oct 9, 2018

Welcome to TwoSdayz! Every Tuesday Kat and Curt battle it off in one of the many Multiplayer games GLive. Today we decided to play Master Chess.

Chess, a classic game that has been around for years challenging the minds of many. A game that can be played by anyone and everyone, from young to old. Luckily we have this great game available for you to play on our website called Master Chess. Chess is a fun game that is played on a checkered board with different chess pieces, they include pawns, rooks, bishops, knights, 1 queen and king. 

It is a multiplayer game between 2 people, the aim is to take away your opponents pieces and force your opponent's king into checkmate before he does. Your chess pieces can only move in a certain direction on the board or on certain blocks. Luckily if you are still learning and not sure where your pieces can move, tap on your chess piece and the blocks on the board will light up showing you where you can place your piece. You can either verse a bot or a friend, but remember each move is being timed so you need to try think fast.

Click to select and click to move each chess piece to a different place on the board. Once you have managed to put your opponent's king into checkmate, the game is over and you have won. It isn't just a quick game, unless you have a really great strategy. It is a brain thinking and time ticking game that will definitely bring out some intense competition between you and your opponent. When playing with a friend, you can place the phone down on the table as if it was a real-life chessboard. Except it is a digital chessboard, both you and your friend can play one game of chess off one phone.

If you enjoyed today's TwoSdayz video, then check us out every Tuesday at 11:30 were we will battle it off for victory while one of us walks away with a bruised ego. If there's a GLive game that you want to see us battle each other against, let us know in the comments below. 

Master Chess can be played on the GLive website. Click on the play button below to go to the play page.

Overall Rating: 7/10


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