By Andrew Liszewski
I respect the strategy that goes into a good game of Chess, but I can’t say I find it that exciting. Occasionally taking out an opponent’s valuable piece and seeing their frustrated reaction is just about the only joy I find in the game, which is why I’m not sure why anyone would want to play Chess by themselves.
But technically while this Solitaire version of Chess still requires you to follow the rules of engagement for the various pieces, you actually play to solve one of 60 included puzzles where the goal is to eliminate all 10 included pieces from the board except one. Mind-blowingly fun, and just $19.95 from Brookstone.