One of the world's first chess games designed for experts, Cyrus is also unfortunately one of the least known due to limited distribution.
The IBM version can be played from a isometric 3-D perspective, or a traditional boring 2-D overhead view.
There is a clock, which can be turned on or off. You can view analysis mode, examine game, or watch the computer play itself.
The game has 16 difficulty levels!
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TRS-80 CoCo Version
The TRS-80 CoCo version of Cyrus was distributed on a ROM cartridge. An aftermarket software vendor, Burke & Burke, developed a patching program and overlay for the Cyrus ROM cartridge that allowed running the game from disk, and loading and saving games in progress, under Microware's OS9 operating system.
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Game added by Brolin Empey.
Game added February 7, 2001. Last modified October 29, 2023.