Incorrect: The castle in Chess can move as any spaces desired right, left, up, or down, but not diagonally! There is another move called "castle king side". this is when the king and the castle in the same row and with no players in between them, and they switch places! ================== Answer: There seems to be some confusion, above, between the move to 'castle' and the piece that looks like a castle, but is actually named the 'rook.' The rook can move any number of spaces forward or back, or from side to side (providing that another piece is not blocking its way), but not diagonally. 'Castling' is a special move involving both the king and either one of the rooks. Castling can be done on either the king's side or the queen's side of the board. There are a few technicalities to the move that have been answered in other questions in this subcategory. It is not correct to say the pieces just switch places.
No, You can not castle in That chess.
You can only castle if the king is not in check. Nor, if the move causes the king to move into check while castling.
A castle is a chess piece that can move any number of squares vertically or horizontally. It is also called a rook.
if as in castle you mean rook, the piece that looks like a castle, you can if there are no pieces in between them and if it is the first move your rook\king takes.
move the king where you want it to go, and the rook should move automatically.
Yes , Castling is a move - see related link below for instructions regarding how and when you can Castle .
No, the only time you can move two pieces at the same time is when you castle.
You can only castle if your King and Rook are both still in their original positions, the King is not in Check, and there aren't any pieces blocking. If it's possible to Castle, Chess Titans shows where the King should move by turning a square purple when you decide to move him. To perform the Castle, click the purple square.Hope This Helps!-MidKnight777
A castle, or rook, can move in a straight line as far as possible as long as it doesn't run into other pieces. It cannot jump over pieces.
Because it's against the rules.
"Castle". (Castle also means a special move, notated 0-0-0 [Queenside] or 0-0[Kingside])