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Construction Machinery Chess Set

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If you get bored with the game you can always play with the pieces.
FlyingToaster, Jan 25 2013

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       What would the pieces consist of?
xenzag, Jan 25 2013
  

       The gameboard would be a bit bigger than usual so the pieces are large enough to be played with separately.   

       Each sides' pieces would consist of an Architect, a Foreman(perhaps in a pickup truck), DumpTrucks, Loader/Backhoes, Bulldozers, and a bunch of Shovellers.   

       There's plenty of themes to choose from: Tonka (portrays standard modern equipment and is robust enough to be passed from generation of children to the next), Vintage (from the late 1800's, more display-worthy but still playable), and of course Army Construction Corps, which might be most apropos for a "war game".   

       (I left the post simple because it's a simple idea and I have some standard chesspieces sitting on the shelf just taking up space)
FlyingToaster, Jan 25 2013
  

       //Tonka (in yellow/something), vintage (hand- painted late 1800's models)//   

       Wait. I mean really, just wait.   

       You're telling us this is to be done with _toy_ construction machinery?   

       I feel like like James Stewart in 'Flight of the Phoenix'.   

       I award a bone of bitter disappointment.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 25 2013
  

       I dig it. +
swimswim, Jan 25 2013
  


 

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