Placing the king - A player's first move is to place the king. The king cannot be placed next to another king.
Lazy points - A player can gain points by not moving any piece for 10 seconds as long as the player has less than 50 points.
Capture values - A king is worth 100 points. Queens are 9. Rooks are 5. Knights are 3. Bishops are 3. Pawns are 1.
New pieces - Players can spend points to create new pieces. These pieces are placed in a square next to the player's king.
Maximum piece movement - All pieces are not allowed to move more than 5 squares.
Pawn movement - Pawns can move to a non-diagonal adjacent square. Pawns attack diagonal adjacent squares.
Capturing a King - A player that captures an opponent's king receives 100 points and the value of all the pieces that player had on the board. In addition, the defeated player loses points proportional to the point difference between players. These lost points are given as a bonus to the victorious player.
Fleeing capture - If a player has a player in check that leaves the game, then the player receives points as though the king was captured. These points are divided among all players that have the fleeing king in check.