Complete Chess System
COMPLETE CHESS SYSTEM gives players a strong chess engine to play and learn. By playing against an AI
computer-modeled based on the expertise of world-class chess masters, players will face a strong opponent
that’ll only make them better. Is this a wholesome chess engine that is on par with playing in real-time?
The answer is yes, and many players will testify to that.
Not only does it offer high-level gameplay, but it also has saved in its database, a collection of
record-breaking historical chess games. This feature is one of a kind as it stands in contrast to many
chess games of the time. It allows players access to pro-level chess moves to learn and improve. This is
emphasized by the fact that the chess engine itself is no slouch. Players are going to have a hard time
with this one. The AI computer is so capable, its results are on par with chess pros. Newbie chess players
beware, this one will give you a run for your money.
COMPLETE CHESS SYSTEM is almost complete in every sense of the word, save for the graphics that are a
little bit on the mediocre side. It’s not bad at all, but it falls short when compared to other chess games
of that time. Players have options though. It’s possible to play from a 2-dimensional overhead perspective
or a 3 dimension perspective. In other attempts to add a humorous edge to this serious game, the chess
pieces can be swapped with teddy bears as pawns, or the king as a king statue. Customization is always a
plus. This game, released in 1993 by Oxford Softworks, dominated every DOS platform in the United Kingdom.
Oxford Softworks is a development and publishing software house based in Buckinghamshire, England. Since the very birth of the leisure software industry, the company has been developing and publishing top quality games. They are well known in their field for producing software which possesses state of the art graphics, and the very strongest Artificial Intelligence response engines.
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