HiddenLynx (Windows)

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HiddenLynx is a freeware implementation of the traditional Chinese board game called Xiangqi (象棋), also known as Chinese chess, where two players move their red and black armies on a 9 x 10 grid representing a battlefield, taking turns and strategically placing the pieces on the available line intersections to invade the enemy territory and capture the opponent's "General" piece.

Intended as a casual experience by the developer, the player can only compete against the computer with several difficulty modes, there's no support for multiplayer of any kind. Each move can be undone and redone with two buttons at the right side of the board. Difficulty, and an optional feature showing the available moves for each piece, can be adjusted and turned on/off in the settings menu along with other options. A short manual is included explaining the basic rules of the game.


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HiddenLynx Windows Settings menu
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HiddenLynx Windows Manual

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Macs Black (80155) added HiddenLynx (Windows) on Oct 23, 2010