Future Chess 4+

Diverve, Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 2.2 • 6 Ratings
    • Free



Future Chess is the perfect app for chess lovers. This 3D multilevel chess variant is unique involving three board levels where pieces can move up and down. Play online against your friends or other opponents. You can also play against your device. Moves are compact creating a quick paced game, certain pieces can move between the three boards. A high degree of strategy and execution is involved. Similar to the chess played in star trek, but this has its own set of rules.
Chess of the future is finally here and it is FREE!

What’s New

Version 2.0.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Play against your friends with the new online multi-player option.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

S.B. Robinson ,

Falls short but...

...the game could be improved. I purchased Space Chess back in the early 90s (look it up on google it's real) which had three full boards and very similar opening moves. My assessments are as follows:
First, the full playing field is the logical place to start when making improvements.

Second, a choice of chess pieces would cut down some of the confusion as to which piece is which.

Third, the initial setup isn't easy to understand. The traditional setup is in my opinion the best choice.

Great effort in design and stability. I'm going to keep playing and I hope to see upgrades come down pike!

Dasuperfly007 ,

Fun idea

It needs a built in tutorial. I don't want to have to go to a webpage to learn how to play.

The pieces should be options to become normal pieces.

It's hard enough to understand a new game, let alone new pieces.

I would love to play this the game needs more options!!!!

GriggsA ,

Won’t open

Downloaded this app so I could play some 3 dimensional chess. However, every time I try to open the app it won’t open. The app says it works on my iPhone (iPhone XS max iOS 14.3) but apparently not.

App Privacy

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