Monday, June 3, 2019

Review: Chess (Develpoed by Chess Prince)

It coaches players in Chess, let’s them use the board against one another, and is always open to a Chess match, but it’s not Harry Potter. What is it? A Chess app, developed by Chess Prince.

When players first download it, they have to start out in Beginner mode, which is really rather tedious for experienced players like me, but once they reach the “Middle Level” the game, not only challenges them, but also fine tunes their skills.

In all modes, the game has unique sound effects for major events in the match, including a sort of heartbeat sound when one of two kings lands in check, whether the app does it, or whether it’s the player. The only discouragement – The game wants to compel players to play a multitude of extremely difficult levels.

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