A Chess Kingdom Knight & Dragon egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 4 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 15 - 25 perc. A társas elsősorban gyerekeknek készült, akár már 5 éves kortól is játszható. A játékmenet erősen épít a memória és a kockadobás mechanizmusokra.
With a fun 3D pyramid structure and colourful wooden components, Knight & Dragon aims to introduce the ABCs of chess and develop fine motor skills, attention and memory. Players...
With a fun 3D pyramid structure and colourful wooden components, Knight & Dragon aims to introduce the ABCs of chess and develop fine motor skills, attention and memory.
Players must guide their Knight through the Chess Kingdom and up a high hill to reach a tournament that is being held at the Ruby Castle. On the way they must overcome intricate traps and battle a dangerous dragon by gaining and playing crown chips - on the reverse these have chess pieces of varying value by type and they are stored on the player's shield panel. Players progress around and up the board, traversing the traps using the chips which serve to stop the marble held underneath their wooden knight from falling. Battles between Knights and the dragon compare the relative values of the white and black chess figures on the Knight and the Dragon, the latter represented by dragon chips. To win the battle the player must knock down the black figure with their white figure or figures of the same or a higher value. The game ends when no more dragon chips are left in the bank and the winner is the player with the most points value left on their shield panel.
The game box also includes a colourful standard chess board and cardboard stand-up chess pieces.
The game was developed by Alexandra Kosteniuk, the 12th Women's World Chess Champion, and includes a book of Chess Rules written by her that includes puzzles to work through and a glossary of chess terms. "Let me welcome you to the exciting world of the Chess Kingdom! Go for it, always move ahead towards your ultimate goal! I wish you success in both games and everyday life.
—description from the publisher