This game is being played under Upside Down Chess rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. Nc6 Nf3
Clock started on 4/15/20192. Nb4 Ne5 3. b8=Q g1=Q 4. Qb5 Qg4 5. Qxe5 Qxb4 6. Ba6 Nc3 7. c8=Q Ne4 8. Qdc7 b1=Q 9. Nh6 Bb2 10. Qe6 c1=Q 11. d8=Q Nf6+ 12. Qxf6 Bxf6 13. Rb8 Qda4+ 14. Q7d7 d1=Q 15. Rxb4 Qbxb4 16. a8=Q Rg1 17. g8=Q Bxh8 18. Qxh8 h1=Q 19. Qxh1 Rxh1 20. Bg7 Bh3 21. Bc3+ Qcxc3 22. Qcxc3+ Qxc3 23. Qxc3+ Kf1 24. Bxe2+ Kxe2 25. Qxa4 Qxa4+ 26. Kf8 Rad1 27. e8=Q+ Qxe8+ 28. Qxe8+ Kf1 29. Qb5+ Kg1 30. Qg3+ Bg2 31. Ng4 Rd2 32. Qxf2+ Rxf2 33. Qc5 Rxh7 34. Qxf2+ Kh1 35. Qe1+
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.