Children of the Beast

In2Chess - The chess board of the future.

A project in Lystrup, Denmark by In2Chess

Cancelled by Creator

A radical new innovation helping you to learn and excel in chess quickly with real time learning and progression.
Backers: 22
Average Pledge Per Backer: kr1778 DKK

Funded: kr39,109 DKK of kr66,772 DKK
Dates: Jun 4th -> Jul 4th (30 days)
Project By: In2Chess
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In2Chess next generation chess board teaches and plays

June 5th - via:
Chess players all those who have never played but are looking to learn the ancient game might be interested in a next-generation chessboard created by In2Chess. (Read More)

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