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I have played an 8x8x3 version of Chess, somewhat similar to Millennium 3D chess But since I received my set in 1978 nd that dates from 2001 they can't be quite the same. The board had three plastic chessboards stacked one above the other (not offset as in the Star Trek version), and pieces could make their regular flat moves or make related moves across ...


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This question possible does need to be a bit more specific, so I am going to restrict my answer to tri dimensional chess. In tri dimensional chess, where the different levels of boards overlap, the overlapping squares are considered to be the same positions and a piece ending its move on an overlapping square has a choice of levels to end on. This aspect ...


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