A free chess game, with difficulty levels, multiplayer and puzzles
Free Chess Review
by on April 11, 2011
There comes a time in every man’s life when he must either learn to play chess, or admit that he doesn’t know how to play chess. Whichever your own path took may colour your opinion of Free Chess significantly.
Essentially, two opposing colours of… Oh, come on. If you really need chess explaining, we can only point you to Google here.
This is a neat free version of the classic game that enables you to face off against a computer opponent, a human opponent, or several ‘puzzle’ stages.
The interface is fairly simple, showing you a piece’s possible moves when you click on it, with all of the moves so far listed on the side. It’s just at top-down 2D board, but what more do you need? You can retract a move if you’re really feeling like an amateur.
It’s ad-supported, so little exhortations to buy or click something will creep in, but if you’re a BlackBerry-owning chess addict looking to face off against a human or computer opponent, you can do a lot worse for no money at all.
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