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flashCHESS III

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Free on line classic chess game with tutoring features. Intended for
beginners but not only. Great for a coffee break.
Download versions for off line playing (Windows, Mac, Linux)
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I admit to being impressed by this. I only wish there was sound. I couldn't get that too interested in this, though. It's mostly because I don't know how to play chess. I am not interested to learning how to, either. People who are should like this a lot more.

The graphics are quite nice. It looks just like an actual chessboard. Most people should be familiar with them by now. I'm too lazy to look at the tutorial. It just isn't for me.

"Introduce a little anarchy"
The opponent has a good database of games and a nice difficulty for us early players, but there's no variation. The opponent always reacts the same to any specific game. It's especially noticeable during openings. I don't know if this is true across all difficulties, though.

Absoulutely Awesome

fun as shit, but hard for a beginner like myself

Nice man FAVES

Man I love this game
And i love chess!

liviurene responds:

Hi, glad to hear this, enjoy!

Hrmm..

It looks nice and shiny but being forced to move only in set parameters (no. not those defined by chess rules) really subtracts from the fun and strategy of it all. Otherwise, nice. Alas, this is a fairly big part of the game so I can't give it a great score.

liviurene responds:

I'm not sure how to interpret your comment. All I can say is that this chess game is respecting FIDE rules including the "en-passant" one. If you have noticed something unusual please send me some screen shots at:
info@media-division.com
Thank you.

Credits & Info

Views
19,324
Faves:
40
Votes
34
Score
4.47 / 5.00

Uploaded
Feb 4, 2009
5:23 AM EST
Genre
Strategy - Other
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  • Daily 4th Place February 5, 2009