Checkers is one of the most popular games in the world with dozens of variations and millions of fans worldwide. If you enjoy playing checkers and would like to find new opponents, as well as learn more about different types of your favorite game, you should definitely check out Checkersland PC!
Checkersland PC is the PC version of Checkersland , a cross-platform checkers game written in Java. This version is the most functional of all and offers an incredible number of game options. First of all, the program supports over 20 types of checkers (Armenian, Brazilian, diagonal, Spanish, Italian, Canadian, international, Russian, Thai and many others), which will give you a virtually endless choice of game combinations. You can play against the computer and other players over the local network and the Internet. When playing against the computer, you can choose from one of the available difficulty levels. The game engine will be hard to beat, as it uses complex algorithms and acts surprisingly quickly by utilizing your CPU’s multi-threading capabilities. The interface of the program is available in 9 different languages. Users can also save game sessions in the PDN format, save the board into a graphic file (PNG or JPG) and customize the appearance of the game board.
Checkersland PC is a top-notch checkers program that will give you countless hours of your favorite entertainment!
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