“The Ultimate Game To Teach Family Chess ”The game of chess has a very long history. It is said to have been invented in India in the 5th-6th century AD. Contemporary rules were most likely developed in Persia. “Checkmate” means “the king is dead” in the language of this country.
Our team looked at the game from a different perspective, while preserving the traditional principles and benefits. We focused on the visual experience of this epic game, accompanied by ear-pleasing music and fun interactions that will encourage a younger audience to take up this difficult challenge. This approach has made the game more dynamic, fabulous and accessible to younger players, resulting in greater involvement of family and friends.”
There are two sets of pawn skins available in the game: a classic set for traditionalists and a set of cartoon characters targeted at the younger audience. In this way, the game stimulates the imagination of children and becomes more accessible and understandable.
In order to make the game more attractive and diverse, we have prepared funny heroes for each side. They watch over us, cheer us on, keep our spirits up and sometimes even make us laugh 😉
Everyone can identify with one of them, e.g. a granddaughter can choose a charming princess or a lovely fairy, and her grandfather a bearded dwarf. This enhances imagination and leads to spending time together with your family.
The cartoon nature of the game doesn’t mean, however, that it is easy to play. We’ve made sure that Family Chess is a place where everyone can find themselves – from a child entering the world full of stimuli, through a beginner chess player, to the most demanding on the master level.
Mastery of chess is very beneficial for the children’s development. It allows them to achieve better and better results in learning by developing skills such as:
• anticipating the consequences of their actions
• planning in advance
• ability to concentrate
• critical thinking
• logical thinking
• memory development