If you can imagine technologically advanced chess, where your pieces can gain power-ups that have the ability destroy the board itself, then that’s Quadradius. Two players compete for supremacy by destroying, stealing, and disabling the opponents pieces.
Quadradius runs flawlessly smooth, with minimal loadtime for such a complex game, both visually, and interactively. The graphics are attractive, yet modest in that they utilize only what is necessary to get the job done, will still retaining the appeal of the game.
The player-base seems to fluctuate, but is generally substantial enough to find opponents 95% of the time.