Chess simulator Lego’s new chess game for Windows, macOS, and Linux is coming to Canada for $4:45.
The game is called “Chess Simulator,” and it’s coming to Steam and Xbox Live Gold, starting on February 13.
It’s part of the “Lego Series” of games, which include “The Simpsons Chess Simulator,” “The Lego Movie,” and “Legos.”
The game features a “chess board” that players can “play against other players on their own computer,” Lego announced on its blog.
There are four players on the board, and “each player has four pieces of the board and a pawn.”
The game also features two “hubs,” “a chess set with eight pieces,” and a “board with four pieces and a king.”
The board “is divided into 8 squares and 8 pieces,” according to the blog post.
The game is “designed with high fidelity, including an accurate board layout, a clear, high-resolution graphics, and a beautiful interface that feels good on your wrist.”
The developers have also said that the game will come with “more than 100 levels” and “tens of thousands of pieces.”
It will launch on Windows, Mac, and iOS, and will be free.