LORD OF THE CHESS is a game that lets you play chess against the computer or with a friend in different levels.This game has a easy and clean interface and is recommended for beginners and also for professional players.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: LORD OF THE CHESS is a game that lets you play chess against the computer or with a friend in different levels. This game has a easy and clean interface and is recommended for beginners and also for professional players.
How it works:
To begin play, it only takes 2 minutes for installation and configuration. When the game starts you can choose desired level of skill or you can choose to play human vs. human. Then all you have to do is use your brain to win the game.
-Clean, clear, and easy to navigate interface.
-More FUN for the whole family. Younger players and chess beginners will appreciate the novice level designed just for them. As players improve, the game suggests an appropriate expert level.
-A comprehensive chess engine. Wise enough to teach an absolute beginner and powerful enough to defeat a grandmaster
- Intermediate and advanced player options. Seasoned chess players can test their skills against ranked AI opponents, set up tournaments and simultaneous exhibitions, and survey their performances using the new statistics system.
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