User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Game in progress
No 3D chess board
Ready to begin.
I moved the pawn at B2 to B4. Black then moved the pawn at D7 to D5.
The game with a 3D board.
Main menu. The game moves will also be listed here.
The starting board
I want to move a pawn. It will tell me where I can go.
I've made moves and the opponent has made moves.
I am in checkmate.
See. I am in checkmate.
The board in 3D.
Software Toolbox logo
The title screen
The opening positions
In the menus various game options can be set
A chess game in progress
Title screen (Monochrome monitor)
Board view in 2D (Monochrome)
Board view in 3D (Monochrome)
Move history last 10 shown on menu
Selecting a piece shows its move options such as this pawn
Computer (black) looking to swap Queens
Both Queens are removed
The computer uses his one Castling of his King
Move history - the * are when pieces are taken/lost
Playing chess in 3d
The main options menu. Almost every submenu has as many choices
Ah, the ever present bosskey, so popular in older games
The chess game with a top-down view
The game options
A chess game with a 3D view
The standard E2-E4 starting move, by selecting E2 then E4
The move pattern of the knight - protecting my pawn
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