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Flash Chess 3

Game Description: Play the classic game of chess against the computer.

How to Play Flash Chess 3:

  • Choose from three difficulty levels: Novice, Casual, or Advanced.
  • You are White and you move first.
  • Use your left mouse button to click on the piece you want to move.
  • The board will light up and show every possible move for the piece.
  • Click the square where you wish to move, to complete your turn.
  • You and the computer take turns until someone wins, or the game ends in a virtual draw.
  • The game does allow you to castle.
  • If you make a huge blunder and wish to undo your last move you may do so by clicking the 'Undo Move' button, which is located just above the miniature chess board on the right side of the game screen.
  • If you want to save your game, and finish it later, click the 'Save' button which is located just below the miniature chess board on the right side of the game screen. This will save your game, and allow you to resume playing later as long as you use the same computer as before.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Pro: I like this version of chess because it has three difficulty levels: Advanced, Casual, or Novice. So anyone, no matter what their skill level, can play without feeling overwhelmed.

Con: This game does not have any sound effects, but is still fun to play. There is a clock but I am not sure of its purpose.




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2 comments:

  1. Fun chess game that gives me enough practice and somewhat of a challenge. It's beatable when I take time to think over my moves.

    But when I'm playing speed chess it's a heck of a lot of fun. Understand, even when you think each move over this game isn't a push over. It's makes you think out 3 to 4 moves.

    Thanks,

    Lee

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  2. Thanks Lee for your thoughtful comment.

    I never even considered speed chess. That sounds like a very good idea. Especially, if you want... or need more of a challenge.

    Richard - from Richard's Game Reviews

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