Paul GloverWebsite: http://www.dimensionalized.com/game/Players:
2 to 2 players, ages 10 to 99Playing Time:
30 - 45min.Submitted by:
3DPGType of Game:
Writing, Math, Science, Learning (logical)Appropriate for:
home, school, after school, libraryClassroom Guidelines: http://www.quadcitychess.com/benefits_of_chess.html
3D Chess - The Next Generation
Played on 2 boards (1 above the other).
Chess is the most widely known game and the most studied game in the world. There have been literally thousands of scientific studies concerning this game.
-develops logical thinking
-promotes imagination and creativity
-develops the capability to predict and
foresee consequences of actions
-shows that success rewards hard work
-develops the scientific way of thinking
-improves schoolwork and grades
If chess is that good (and it is - even for those with ADHD, ADD, and dyslexia), how much more so, when playing 3D Chess on two levels. It takes the same amount of time and it teaches someone to think dimensionally or spacial thinking.
Although it might look intimidating, the reality is that it's easier to play and it keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish! Those that start playing 3D Chess never want to go back to a flat board again.
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