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Board setup menu
Pawn defeats knight
Start playing chess
Menu: Difficulty selection
Pawn takes a knight.
King takes a knight... Watch out knight, he's got a bomb!
Boom! The king takes out the knight with a bomb.
Playing with the 2D board.
A new game begins.
The computer is thinking about its move.
Pawn getting torched
Queen gets knocked down...
... and roasted!
Starting the game
...And the battle begins
The Commodore 64 was among the first platforms to receive a release of Battle Chess.
The team is listed up front.
This is the opening game board.
Title screen (EGA)
Game Menu (EGA)
The board (EGA)
Bishop x Bishop (EGA)
2D board (EGA)
Title screen (VGA)
In-game menu (VGA)
Knight taking a pawn. (VGA)
Knight takes Rook and he comes crumbling down. (EGA)
Knight ricochets the Queen's attack and takes her. (EGA)
King takes Knight. (EGA)
If you have no idea what to do like I do you can use the in-game suggestion. (EGA)
Title screen (CGA)
A new game begins. (CGA)
Fight animation - quite nice (CGA)
Classic 2D board (CGA)
The computer is thinking about its move. Wait... (CGA)
Black Knight kills white pawn
Black and white pawns battle
Black Queen takes out my Rook with a jackhammer!
Down to just my King!
The board can be viewed in 2D as well as 3D
Computer declares the game a stalemate and how happy it is about it!
The game begins
In the settings menu (press select)
Game in progress, Rook on the move (bottom left)
Pawn then Knight move.
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