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Chess with Spatial Personas.

Simple design.
Move pieces freely.
Support Spatial SharePlay.
Undo function.
Adjust a board height.
Adjust a board rotation.
Adjust a board scale.

Notice
To use SharePlay, a FaceTime call is required.
You must set up your persona on the OS beforehand.
The persona appears as part of FaceTime/SharePlay.

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