♡ 29 ( +1 | -1 ) Cool!So if I screw up a move I get to go back in time and take it back? Does time appear to move slower the faster I move my pieces? What about relativity? If I'm playing on a space ship that is approaching the speed of light, do I get less time on my chess clock?
♡ 49 ( +1 | -1 ) ok let me clarifyTime in this varitaitions is move So move 1 is a pint in time and move two is the next point in time.
You can in a sense undo a move. If you move a piece back in time and change it that way. You can bring pieces from the future(is possible to have two queens that way). Think of time and anthor aspect of the game.
To any one intrested I will submit a complete rules list.
And matt I was not assumed by the space ship joke Seious questions only please
♡ 27 ( +1 | -1 ) Just some ...... good natured ribbing. Sorry you were not *amused. I meant no offense. Just the whole idea of "temporal chess" brings ideas of quantum physics and Einsteinian relativity to mind! :-)
♡ 27 ( +1 | -1 ) Hmm...I'm not sure how this differs from traditional chess? After all, you DO play in the time dimension also, and time plays a significant part when you have the clock running. In a very real way, chess with time limits is always "temporal".
♡ 65 ( +1 | -1 ) more clarifactionTemparal has notihing to do with time per move or per gmae
Say you queen is in danger and there is not safe place to move it. You can move it into the future say to move 40 when move 40 gets here you have your queen back. Or you can go back in time and capture the threateing piece before is capture you queen. Or you can bring anthor piece from the future and block the attcking piece.
Just as in regular chess you have ranks and files in temporal you have time. as well
Tommorow when I have more time I'll post an expample game and make I website with more of rules explaianation
♡ 20 ( +1 | -1 ) Does this mean you can temporarily rmove any piece from the board...then bring it back later on? How useful would it be to take off your King to avoid checkmate eh? Or am I mis-understanding ?