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Chess Miner is a chess tutorial game. Only white pieces are involved in the
game (officers, but no pawns!). The computer makes moves with them. You are the miner, and
only mines are at your disposal. A move by the program consists in a single shift of a
piece along a certain route. Your move consists in the placing of a mine. Moves by both
playing sides alternate. Yours is always the first one.
Your aim is to "undermine" all white pieces by means of the mines. You have to
discover what route each piece follows and then place mines on each square of that route.
The game has two modes: Play and Training. Play mode incorporates 10 levels of difficulty.
The difficulty of a given task depends on the number of pieces involved and on the length
of route of each piece. The more pieces are present and the longer their routes, the
harder is the users task. All tasks are generated by the program. The number of
possible positions is practically infinite, therefore the possibility of a position being
encountered twice is in the vicinity of zero. For each task you have coped with the
program gives you a certain number of points. The higher the difficulty level, the more
points you get.
Chess Miner is intended to improve ones concentration,
memory, spatial imagination, and the skill to discover regularities. It also helps
consolidate ones knowledge about chess pieces and their possible motions about the
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