Arrow Chess

Arrow Chess is an simple abstract strategy board game. It is similar to Gun Chess or Six Chess in Chinese Folk.

It is played with stones in two different colors (white and black) on a 3×3 board (4×4 intersections).

There are four modes in the current version:
1. Easy(Player vs Computer)
2. Normal(Player vs Computer)
3. Difficult(Player vs Computer)
4. Vs Player(Player Vs Player)

There are six black stones and six white stones when the game starts. The player can move a white stone to an adjacent empty intersection horizontally or vertically.

If there is an unbroken row of three stones (two white stones next to each other, one black stone and a empty intersection) after the player move one white stone to the row , the black stone will be removed.

White wins when there is no more than one black stone.


Arrow Chess

Arrow Chess is an simple abstract strategy board game. It is similar to Gun Chess or Six Chess in Chinese Folk.

It is played with stones in two different colors (white and black) on a 3×3 board (4×4 intersections).

There are four modes in the current version:
1. Easy(Player vs Computer)
2. Normal(Player vs Computer)
3. Difficult(Player vs Computer)
4. Vs Player(Player Vs Player)

There are six black stones and six white stones when the game starts. The player can move a white stone to an adjacent empty intersection horizontally or vertically.

If there is an unbroken row of three stones (two white stones next to each other, one black stone and a empty intersection) after the player move one white stone to the row , the black stone will be removed.

White wins when there is no more than one black stone.