RedDeerGames have announced the pre-order opening for Brawl Chess, for the three mentioned platforms. The Nintendo Switch version is expected to be out on the 19th of November, while the Xbox series version will be out the very next day, 20th November. Check out the game trailer if you haven’t yet:
The game takes the classic chess game into the new century, making it super exciting. At the same time, it doesn’t change the most important principles of this global phenomenon. This game not only tests, among other things, the ability to think logically, concentrate, memory or the ability to predict, but it also strengthens them all. Independent research has shown that it has an incredibly positive impact on the overall development of a child.
Chess also teaches children how to lose!
Cartoon visuals make the game accessible to everyone. What’s going on there! Arrows fly above heads and swords break in the heat of battle. Or maybe you prefer classic chess? You can always change your pieces to traditional ones.
Choose from a set of 5 heroes to control and lead the your chess army to victory. Choose between a mysterious fairy, a dangerous dwarf, a clever elf, a brave prince, and many more. Who will bring your army to a strategic victory on an 8×8 chessboard ?!
Game key features include:
- LOCAL MULTIPLAYER Your family will absolutely love this version of chess. Do you fancy a happy competition between parents and children? It is possible. Invite grandparents too, they certainly know the rules.
- KIDS-FRIENDLY. It’s a game for the whole family, easy to learn and cheerful. Play it regardless of age. Thanks to the vibrant cartoon style, children will also join the fun.
- BRAIN TRAINING. But in a fun way! Brawl Chess looks modern while still being one of the oldest and most popular games in the world with all its advantages. It increases IQ, improves arithmetic skills, teaches analytical and critical thinking. Train to use both hemispheres of your brain.
- CREATIVITY BOOST. The fun doesn’t have to end after turning off the console. When the father plays as a ghost, and the son plays as a prince, they can perform scenes with these characters after the chess game ends.