3D chess is any chess variant that uses multiple boards representing different levels, allowing chess pieces to move in three physical dimensions. each other.
3D variants have existed since at least the late 19th century, one of the oldest being Raumschach (German for “space chess”), invented in 1907 by Ferdinand Maack and considered the classic 3D game. Maack founded a club Raumschach in Hamburg in 1919, which remained active until World War II.
This chess set is taken the 3D chess design into another dimension that will take your play into new heights. This makes the players think and know the movements of this up and down chess board making it more challenging to every player. 32 chess pieces are available with felted and quite heavy for the pieces not to move anywhere during the play, the King measures 2 3/4″ in height. The chess board is also included with 8″ acrylic or Lucite on three level that features the S Aluminum frame and clear black crystal squares makes it unique than the normal chess board. It has overall height of 12″. It has its over set of rules that players should follow but it may take you to get used to it, however if you just stick to the instructions and know ways on how this chess set works you would make it in a short span of time. You’ll be used on how to move the chess pieces from one board at the bottom to the top and across to 3 different levels of the chess board. Instructions are included in the package if you buy one in the future
Although these chess pieces are different, the chessboard and formation of this chessboard, as well as the three-tiered chessboard, are identical to what we saw in the original TV series. This is fully authorized by the producers of the aforementioned TV series, who have their own story behind why these chess pieces are being produced. This is made to honor the 50th anniversary of Franklin Mint’s Star Trek film series. Due to the plot of this film, which introduces science fiction in a new way, this Star Trek Beyond film has won hearts and inspired the world since its release in 1964. This first “court martial” starring this 3D chess game, it was a growing popularity and people were curious about this chess game.With a total of 32 chess failures, including 16 cutlery in sterling silver and 16 Karat gold coated.
Chess board measure about 16-inch game; it is inspired by a Coliseum in the midst of a spear-strewn arena.
This is a one of a kind handmade chess board designed for people who enjoy collecting unique chess sets. Gladiators fought passionately in the arena in Roman times, defeating wild creatures and clashing in hand-to-hand combat. When we examine history, we can see that the most successful gladiators were not only physically powerful, but also strategically and tactically cunning. They were strong in body and mind. Today our Arena is life.Excellence is not a given, it is earned through hard work, planning and goal setting. The metal chess figures are elegantly handcrafted with metal casting elements and a chessboard that resembles an arena. These chess pieces are made up of 32 metal figures that have been expertly sculpted to give them an elegant aesthetic. The chessboard is made of beech wood and the squares are inlaid with walnut veneer and mother of pearl while the sides are decorated with a handmade wooden mosaic that measures 17.51 inches or 44.5x42x6 cm and the dimensions squares are 6235 mm, which weighs 8 kg. The chessboards are suitable for the king with a height of 3.5 inches.
Wrapping It Up
Three-dimensional chess (or 3D chess) is any variation of chess that uses multiple chess boards representing different levels, allowing the chess pieces to move in three physical dimensions. Three-dimensional variants have been around since at least the late 19th century, one of the oldest being Raumschach (German for “space chess”), invented in 1907 by Ferdinand Maack and considered the classic 3D game. Maack founded a Raumschach club in Hamburg in 1919, which remained active until World War II.