Tic Tac Chec
Tic Tac Chec was created by Dream Green.
The board is a 4x4 chess board
Chess Pieces: Pawn, knight, bishop and rook.
To move: Pawn: A pawn may move one space forward, except when it captures a piece it may move diagonally one space forward. Knight: A knight moves one space forward or backward and then two space left or right or it moves two spaces backward or forwards and one space left or right. Bishop: The bishop may move diagonally in any direction in any number of spaces. Rook: The rook moves vertically or horizontally any number of spaces as long as long as it does not have to jump over another piece.
To win: Get four of your pieces in a line before your opponent.
Players alternate turns placing a piece on the board or moving one of his already placed pieces. Players may only move their pieces once they have placed at least 3 of their 4 pieces on the board. Pieces move as in normal chess, and capture according to normal chess rules. Captured pieces are returned to the opponent's pool of pieces.
Green, Don. Tic Tac Chec. Dream Green Instructions. 1998.