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Knight Quest Review, Gameplay, Pros / Cons and Video
I have never imagined that chess could so fun to play. Today I am presenting you Knight Quest.
This incredible “CHess Climber” will make to loon on chess in a whole different way. The rules are simple. You are playing as the “Knight” figure of the chessboard. You have to clear all the levels by using only the route that your figure could use.
For this game, you can say this “A chess knight moves upscreen against waves of chess piece foes in a kind of upscreen, turn-based runner.”
You will use the “L” shape moving pattern to climb up all the way to the screen. Do you know what happens when you clear the 45th level? Well, no one knows.
By the time you get there, you’ll definitely have a smug feeling of success – because it starts getting really tricky, really quick.
How does a game about sliding chess pieces up a grid, while droves of other pieces come down the screen, actually build in difficulty?
Well, this is where Knight Quest reveals its true colors. In being both turn-based and all about the placement the normal assumption would be that it is a strategy game (much like its parent – chess), however, it definitely feels closer to a puzzle game.
The reason is that you are moving only one piece. You have a simple principle, but hard to execute. This is what makes this game so challenging.
Each move that you make sees the other pieces move further along their path – and they won’t deviate unless they kill you.
But as the campaign progresses, and all of the pieces are introduced, the complexity comes from the density of opponent pieces.
This means that it often feels like there is only one path through each wave of enemies – and you’ll rarely pass later levels without watching a handful of adverts just to keep going.
All I can say about this game is this – simple doesn’t mean easy! You will need a lot of time and effort to finish this game. If you clear the last level, please contact us and tell us what is out there!