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100 (2004)
Toll gezeichnet, witzig erzählt - so wird Schach zum Kinderspiel.
Edutaining Kids (Dec, 2004)
Our Bottom Line As charming and clever as it is, this game requires some dedication to learning the game of chess. For those eager to learn, this program offers unique challenges and tutorials.
Seriously, this game is fun for all ages and it was fun learning more chess tactics. The sound effects and voice acting are good too. There are some annoying voices but I think those were intentional. You can print out a notation cheat sheet and score card sheet. The game also comes with a free 1 year membership to where you can play people online! For anyone wanting to learn chess I would highly recommend this game. It\'s fun for all ages and for anyone who likes games that make them think. The Fritz engine is what powers the computers' playing moves and it's pretty darn good. This is a very good deal for $29.95.
KidZone (Dec 21, 2004)
Even if the goal is not to teach the child chess, the brain games here are recommended for developing thought-process and logic. I seriously look forward to the time when I will be able to sit down with my young daughter and share this game with her. Daddy won't mind teaching himself, but this is a great (enhancing) tool for learning the game - and learning to think, in general. They have created a game that will develop young minds and help open new doors to a oft-misunderstood game. With the help LPC2 can offer, young players can learn faster and gain better confidence if they are struggling with some of the "think-ahead" aspects of the game. I am sure it has helped me develop, and I am an adult that has been playing for .... decades.