Copyright (c) ? V. R. Parton

This game is played on a 10x10 square board with the following setup:

SOLDIERS - The move and capture rules for soldiers are the same as in Draughts.
KINGER - The Kinger (herein represented by stacks of 3 stones) move and capture like Kings in International Checkers.
Kingers cannot be captured by men or Kings, only by the opposite Kinger.
KINGS - Both soldiers and Dragons promote on last row to International Checkers Kings, with one exception:
Unless there is no alternative, a capture may not end on the edge of the board.
CAPTURES - Captures are mandatory, but the player can choose the capture sequence.
GOAL - Wins the player that first captures the opposite Kinger.

Another similar game, called Royal Checkers, invented by Joseph Boyer, uses the same concept of a royal checker piece (inspired by the Chess King concept). The royal piece moves like the King in International Checkers inside a Draughts army. Wins the one that captures the enemy royal piece.