Camelot is a strategy board game that was first self-published by George S. Parker in 1888 under the name Chivalry.

A scaled-down version, renamed Camelot, was published in 1930.

The game is played by two or four players seated at opposing sides of the board.

The game is won by being first to either move two pieces into the opponent’s castle or eliminate all your opponent’s pieces.


The objective is simple:

Move two of your pieces into your opponent's castle or eliminate all of your opponent's pieces.

You'll quickly learn the moves: the canter, the jump and the knight’s charge.

Choose your moves carefully, as one wrong move can quickly change the outcome of the game.


• Classic strategy game play.
• 2 player and 4 player modes for Local and Connected Play
• AI players support for local multi-player games.
• Designed and optimized for The Infinity Game Table.

Developed by John Rassa