This game is being played under Upside Down Chess rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. Nc6
Clock started on 10/2/20161... Nf3 2. Nh6 g1=Q 3. Nb4 Ne5 4. g8=Q Bh3 5. Bg7 Kf1 6. Bxe5 e1=Q 7. Qg3 Qxg3 8. Bxg3 Qh5 9. b8=Q d1=Q 10. Ba6+ Kg1 11. Bxf2+ Qxf2 12. Rg8+ Bg5 13. c8=Q c1=Q 14. Qxc1 Qxc1 15. h8=Q Be6 16. Qdb6 Bxf7+ 17. Kd8 Qce3 18. Qxe3 Qxe3 19. Qxb2 Bxg8 20. Q8e5 Qb6+ 21. Qc7 Bxe7+ 22. Kc8 Qhc5 23. Qg7+ Bg5 24. Qxg5+ Qxg5 25. Qxb6+ Kg2 26. Qc6+ Kg3 27. Qd6+ Qf4 28. Qd3+ Kf2 29. Qe2+ Kg3 30. Qg4+ Qxg4 31. Nxg4 Rc1+ 32. Kb8 h1=Q 33. d8=Q Qe4 34. Nxa2 Rxa2 35. Qd6+ Qf4 36. Qxf4+ Kxf4 37. Nf6 Rb2+ 38. Bb7 Be6 39. Nd5+ Kg3 40. Nc7 Bh3 41. Ne6 Nd2 42. Nc7 Ne4 43. Ne6 Nd6
Whites pawns are on the seventh (!) or opposing rank, with pieces in FRONT of them in the 8th rank. On the other side blacks pawns are in rank 2 and pieces in rank 1. So you must first move a knight in order to advance a pawn one move forward, to promote it to whatever you wish.
Watch out for smothered mate traps with knights! Openings can otherwise be a bit clumsy but Queens are also easy to come by and don't forget which direction pawns are moving and capturing! Castling is not permitted. Play to checkmate.