Masterchess (Mikro-Gen) Review | Amstrad Action - Everygamegoing

Amstrad Action

By Mikro-Gen
Amstrad CPC464

Published in Amstrad Action #1


This chess game is for only one player against the computer and has ten levels of play. There is an opening book of 6,000 moves and then computer can be interrupted at any time while it's thinking to play its current best move.

You can change the colour of the board and pieces and modify the board to set up problems (or cheat!). You can also load and save games, which is handy for the later levels of play where the computer can take some time to respond.

Good News

P. Plays good chess.
P. Reaction time can be varied for quick easy games, or long tough ones.

Bad News

N. Very basic graphics.