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Apocalypse is a chess variant invented by C. S. Elliott in 1976. Each player starts with two horsemen and five footmen on a 5×5 board. The two sides make their moves simultaneously. The game was featured in Issue 53 of Games & Puzzles magazine. The name Apocalypse is a reference to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

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  • Apocalypse is a chess variant invented by C. S. Elliott in 1976. Each player starts with two horsemen and five footmen on a 5×5 board. The two sides make their moves simultaneously. The game was featured in Issue 53 of Games & Puzzles magazine. The name Apocalypse is a reference to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (en)
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  • Apocalypse is a chess variant invented by C. S. Elliott in 1976. Each player starts with two horsemen and five footmen on a 5×5 board. The two sides make their moves simultaneously. The game was featured in Issue 53 of Games & Puzzles magazine. The name Apocalypse is a reference to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (en)
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  • Apocalypse (chess variant) (en)
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