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The Chessmaster 2000

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

Amiga version

Company logo
Title screen
Opening positions
Game in progress
No 3D chess board

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

Amstrad CPC version

Loading screen
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.

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

Atari 8-bit version

Title screen
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.

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

Atari ST version

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)

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

Commodore 64 version

Title
Main menu
Start board
Opening moves
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
The game with a 3D board.

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

DOS version

Opening moves
End Credits
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 Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

MSX version

Loading screen
The chess game with a top-down view
The game options
A chess game with a 3D view

The Chessmaster 2000 Screenshots

ZX Spectrum version

The starting board
The standard E2-E4 starting move, by selecting E2 then E4
The move pattern of the knight - protecting my pawn