Chinese Chess Master III
Play Chinese chess in this board game against a computer generate AI. Once you press start, CHINESE CHESS
MASTER III greets you with a message that asks for your name, age, sex, weight, and height.
Then interestingly the system asks your opinion about sleeping bare naked or marrying a speed racer.
Whatever answer you give, builds to your profile. Though these may seem bizarre, the system uses this
information to generate a profile for you, including a photo. It’s quite interesting.
The next screen leads you to six mysterious stones. Clicking on each one upturn and reveals a character
whom you can play against. The game offers you choices to select contenders with different score points
and abilities. Whoever you pick, faces you in the game of Chinese Chess. You can compete against, Spoon Sa,
Mum, Knife Thomas, Mr. USA, Mc Dana, Mr. Iraq, Driver Brown, and so many strong players.
The rules of Chinese chess are similar to classic chess to some degree but there are some key differences
you must learn before you can succeed.
CHINESE CHESS MASTER III features interesting graphics that spice things up. Aside from the unusual way of
setting up your character, which unfolds beautifully on the screen, you have a snail moving across the
screen, representing the loading page. The chessboard covers the entire screen from an overhead view and by
the right side, each player's score sheets are displayed. This 1992 DOS game puts players to the task
against a strong group of AI-generated players in a game of Chinese chess. Do you have what it takes?
T-Time Technology (光譜資訊) is a Taiwanese game developer and publisher based in New Taipei City. The company was founded on April 11, 1992. In 1996 they opened a branch in Beijing, in 2003 in Hong-Kong, and in 2004 in Shanghai and Singapore. As a developer, they are best known for their card and board games. They also publish Japanese PC games (primarily visual novels) in Chinese-speaking countries.
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