Chess

Chess


Play Chess against your phone or against other players all over the world.

Features:
* Advanced AI engine with eight levels of difficulty and opening book with more than 60000 positions
* FICS client for online gaming with Timeseal
* Local 2-player hot-seat mode
* Save on exit
* Deep Undo and Redo
* Sound

Recent changes:
Changes to enable the game to run on Android 3.0 (Motorola Xoom)
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$3.99
82
4.1
User ratings
94
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1406 kb
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About Chess
Play Chess against your phone or against other players all over the world.

Features:
* Advanced AI engine with eight levels of difficulty and opening book with more than 60000 positions
* FICS client for online gaming with Timeseal
* Local 2-player hot-seat mode
* Save on exit
* Deep Undo and Redo
* Sound

Recent changes:
Changes to enable the game to run on Android 3.0 (Motorola Xoom)

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A Google User
Feb 24, 2013
Good online but flawed game. Why isn't it fullscreen? And why can't we change the orientation? Please fix
A Google User
Feb 24, 2013
Good online but flawed game. Why isn't it fullscreen? And why can't we change the orientation? Please fix
A Google User
Nov 30, 2012
Great except.... I love this app. Especially because you can play through Free Internet Chess Server which I have been a member of for years. There is one flaw that they need to correct: When you think long enough for the screen to time out and then turn it back on, the board has switched over to default pieces. I CANNOT play with these pieces which look like different sizes of stacked bubbles. To make matters worse, if you go to options and change the pieces back to "standard" it doesn't work; you have to change it to "default" then change it to "standard" so it's a 2 step proccess to get it back to "standard" which is what I had it set on all along.
A Google User
Jul 19, 2012
Players cheat to much. When they lose they exit the game so they don't lose points. I don't think that's fair. I have a problem. I've been playing highly ranked chess players who have been exiting the game upon them knowing they are losing or can't win. I don't think that's fair for them to be able to opt out of a game and not lose points. Is there a way to fix this, or eliminate that option.
Nicholas
Jul 19, 2012
Players cheat to much. When they lose they exit the game so they don't lose points. I don't think that's fair. I have a problem. I've been playing highly ranked chess players who have been exiting the game upon them knowing they are losing or can't win. I don't think that's fair for them to be able to opt out of a game and not lose points. Is there a way to fix this, or eliminate that option.