Battle vs. Chess-SKIDROW (PC/2011)
2011-05-14 | Developer: TopWare | Publisher: SouthPeak Games | English | PC | ISO | 0.99 GB
Employing the framework of ChessBase's world renowned Fritz! chess algorithm software, widely regarded as one of the most sophisticated chess engines in the world, even the most experienced chess experts will be presented with a daunting challenge. All these features paired with an atmospheric soundtrack, several distinct game board environments, special game modes, and a plethora of unlockable bonuses guarantee players long lasting fun with the timeless game of kings!
Queen from B4 to E7. Check Whereas that would normally be the end of the game, here the queen suddenly comes alive. Confident of victory, she saunters over to the opposing king. A sphere of light shoots out of her upraised hands, leaving only a pile of ash on the occupied square.Checkmate
"Battle vs. Chess" is based on the fusion of professional chess simulation and an action-driven battle game. As soon as the player decides to make a move, the figures awaken into life and move across the chess board. If the opponent's square is occupied, the action-laden part of the game takes over. When the player keeps to the standard rules of chess, a short fight sequence ensues on the battlefield and visualizes the move.
But the real action takes place in Arena mode. Here, the rules of chess are temporarily suspended and the only goal is to vanquish the opponent in a thrilling duel in the tradition of entertaining beat'em-up games. Only brains AND bloodthirst can lead to success in this chess
simulation of a truly special kind.
Extremely large target audience
First rate chess algorithm (Fritz10)
Mixture of challenging chess and action
Six different chess boards
Beat em-up sequences in Action mode
Ten grades of difficulty
Different multiplayer modes
Detailed sets of figures
Realistic animation with motion capturing
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