Halfchess — PressKit — 2020

Naval Saini
Aug 16, 2017 · 3 min read

This is a press-kit for Halfchess.

  1. App video
  2. Background Story
  3. Media coverage
  4. Talks
  5. App Links
  6. Social Media Presence
  7. iOS Screenshots
  8. Android Screenshots
  9. New Rules
  10. Logos

App Video

Blind Mode — remember the position (30 seconds)
The old app video (15 seconds)

Background Story

Media Coverage

  • on 18th Aug, 2017 wrote,“Half Chess aims to be the T-20 version of chess and force more exciting endgames.”
  • on 19th Aug, 2017 wrote,“With a Smaller Board and New Pieces, This Chess Game Is Anything but Slow!”

Talks

App Links

Website:

iOS app:

Android app:

Social Media Presence

  1. Facebook:
  2. Medium blog:
  3. We also run an invite only whatsapp page: the invitation form

iOS Screenshots

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Android Screenshots

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New Rules

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White can claim a victory if only opponent King is left on the board

Logos

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HalfChess

A variation of chess played on half of the board.

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