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Smess: The Ninny's Chess!
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Game Type: Board Games
Number of Players: 2
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1 jun 2014 om 1:18
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Smess: The Ninny's Chess!

"Smess: The Ninny's Chess!" a.k.a. "All the King's Men": A simple chess variant by Parker Brothers, sadly now out of print for many years returns from oblivion in Tabletop Simulator! Sorry, the minifigures are represented with standard chess pieces because I don't know how to make models. Maybe someday we'll see those little guys again.

Here are the official rules provided by Hasbro:

Cool page where I found a low-rez game board image:

I traced the game board in InkScape[] in order to provide a high resolution game board image for Tabletop Simulator. I can send the SVG to anyone who requests it. Just email me at

I chose to use the game board image that had the starting places marked because that's how I remember the original gameboard.
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CR4YCR4Y 14 mrt 2015 om 17:59 
I've already sent you something on Reddit but I'm going to tell you the same stuff here. I'm okay at 3d modeling, not "good" by any stretch of the imagination, but I could make simple pieces with reference images. Get in touch if you're interested!
Ben McLean  [auteur] 12 jul 2014 om 22:31 
Silent Hunter, yeah, I could, but that's lame. I think the standard chess pieces are actually better than doing it that way.
Silent-Hunter 12 jul 2014 om 12:20 
You could add 'custom figures' with pictures of the figurines on them.
Ben McLean  [auteur] 11 jul 2014 om 15:19 
It is technically possible to add the models but I'd need to find someone with a 3D scanner to scan them or else get much better at 3D modelling than I currently am.
primoaurelius 11 jul 2014 om 14:48 
fun fun
Silent-Hunter 7 jun 2014 om 9:59 
They added custom model support, so you could add the original models if you can do OBJ.