Kung Fu Chess

Kung Fu Chess 3.0

Chess and kung fu? Incredible but very addictive

Kung Fu Chess is an awesome, free Windows game, that belongs to the category PC games with subcategory Checkers & Chess (more specifically Chess Variations). It's a simple to use chess game that aims to offer those chess players, a challenging experience. View full description

Kung Fu Chess is an awesome, free Windows game, that belongs to the category PC games with subcategory Checkers & Chess (more specifically Chess Variations). It's a simple to use chess game that aims to offer those chess players, a challenging experience.

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Since we added this game to our catalog in 2005, it has managed to achieve 24,169 downloads, and last week it had 20 downloads.

About the download, Kung Fu Chess is a not that heavy game that does not require as much free space than the average game in the section PC games. It's very heavily used in India, Indonesia, and Iraq.

The current version of the game is 3.0 and its last update was on 10/17/2005. It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and former versions, and it is only available in English.

This is a large chess variant, played on a 14 X 10 board called Kung Fu Chess. This game uses Chinese kung fu as its backdrop. Each piece represents a practitioner of a style of kung fu. The Disciple is the pawn, who has no style until he makes it to the end of the board and gets promoted.

The Shaolin Master is the leader of his army and is in this game the king. The styles are Monkey, Panther, Crab, Snake, Tiger, Crane, Dragon, and Praying Mantis. As pieces, this the order of their relative strength as well. The remaining pieces are famous practitioners. Ng Mui was a Shaolin nun who invented a famous style of kung fu. Wing Chun was her first disciple, and the aforementioned style was named after her. Bruce Lee should be obvious.

Kung Fu Chess

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Kung Fu Chess 3.0

— User reviews — about Kung Fu Chess

  • bryarPeek

    by bryarPeek

    "Ain't KungFu Chess"

    just some bitmaps text and a .zrf ? file and some guys musings/haiku. Really there's nothing more to it. More.

    reviewed on December 21, 2011