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"the Whole World is in Check" is a game based on regular Chess, but your pieces have HP and Attack stats. 

You can choose from 8 different armies, all with their unique perks and stats, and even some unique pieces.

Feedback is always welcome  and very much appreciated! 

Also, if anyone needs it, an apk file (Android version) could be uploaded.

Several personal and study/work situations have delayed new features that would be awesome to implement, but they will come eventually. In the meantime, if you have played and enjoyed the game, let me know in the comments!

StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Rating
Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
(9 total ratings)
AuthorRRDito
GenreStrategy
Made withUnity
Tags2D, Chess, Local multiplayer, Pixel Art, Singleplayer, Top-Down, Turn-based Strategy, Unity
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse, Touchscreen
AccessibilityOne button
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player count1 - 2

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Whole World Check 0.3a Windows.zip 28 MB
Whole World Check 0.2c Standalone.zip 28 MB

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The game is pretty neat. Simple and to the point, I loved the different version of chess presented and a story line to go along with it. Kudos, keep up the good work !

I case anyone was wondering, the HTML version seems to work flawlessly on Android :P

Thanks! Ive tried to design the game so it can be played on phones. If anyone detects a problem with a certain resolution, or find the UI not adequate for phones, please let me know!

Please, make a downloadable version for PC.

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Hi!

I added a downloadable version of the latest build. Just unzip and play. I have only tested it on Windows, but it should work in Linux as well. Let me know if you had any kind of issue

just because it works in Windows doesn't mean it will run in Linux. you will need wine for that to work

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You are completely right. I would have to make a different build to have it working on Linux natively. Thanks!