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Chess

Chess Screenshots

Android version

Chess Android Main menu

Main menu

Chess Android Starting an one-player game

Starting an one-player game

Chess Android The beginning.

The beginning.

Chess Android Colors mark the squares available for our pawn to move to. The yellow square marks the most recently moved opponent's piece.

Colors mark the squares available for our pawn to move to. The yellow square marks the most recently moved opponent's piece.

Chess Android Our king is under threat (represented by a red square.) For some reason the game refers to check as "Chess !"

Our king is under threat (represented by a red square.) For some reason the game refers to check as "Chess !"

Chess Android Promoting the pawn. At the top of the screen we can see the pieces captured throughout the game.

Promoting the pawn. At the top of the screen we can see the pieces captured throughout the game.

Chess Android A succesful checkmate of the computer opponent.

A succesful checkmate of the computer opponent.

Chess Android Chosen a different graphic set, and turned on the "rotated pieces" option, so that Black's pieces are drawn upside down.

Chosen a different graphic set, and turned on the "rotated pieces" option, so that Black's pieces are drawn upside down.

Chess Android A review of the game so far. As you can see, the coordinates display is buggy--the row number is one lower than it should be (as of v1.0.3.)

A review of the game so far. As you can see, the coordinates display is buggy--the row number is one lower than it should be (as of v1.0.3.)

Chess Android The one-player game statistics screen, showing the number of human victories (green), draws (blue) and computer victories (red).

The one-player game statistics screen, showing the number of human victories (green), draws (blue) and computer victories (red).