Chess for the Acorn Electron -
Chess (1984) (Acorn Electron)

A reasonable, but not brilliant, implementation of Chess. Displays are colourful but the AI of the computer, and the time it takes to make a move, may prove fatal to most would-be human opponents.

Available For:
Acorn Atom, Acorn Electron, Amstrad CPC464, BBC B/B+/Master 128, BBC Model B, Colour Genie, Commodore 16, Commodore 64, Commodore Vic 20 (Requires 16K Expansion), Dragon 32, Exidy Sorcerer, Jupiter Ace, Memotech, Oric 16K, Oric 48K/Atmos, PlayStation, Sinclair ZX81 (Requires 16K Expansion), Spectrum 16K, Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3 & Tandy Color Computer

Tags: dragon, bbc b, electron, amstrad 464, c16, c64, vic 20, oric 1 16k, spectrum 48k, zx81, spectrum 16k, oric 1 48k, colour genie, jupiter ace, atmos, spectrum 128k, atom, dragon 64, exidy sorcerer, memotech mtx 500, coco 1, memotech 512, spectrum +2, spectrum +3, ps1 (eu), ps1 (usa), amstrad 664, ps1 (japan)
Publisher: Micro Power
Author(s): Richard Hanson
On-Screen Language(s): English
Genre: Game: Board
Items: Chess (Micro Power, Cassette), Pres Games Disc 3 (ACP/Pres, 3.5" Disc), Micro Power Magic (Micro Power, Cassette)

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Chess is Thing ID 509 in our database.

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