Chess Giants strives to be the most appealing chess software for PC. Diligent attention to detail resulted in excellent ergonomics and a very good visual quality.
Choose between 3 play modes:
Play chess online with real people from all countries;
Play against the computer;
Play 1 vs. 1 on the same screen.
The computer can play up to 3000+ Elo. That is one serious opponent.
Retrieve, study and comment historical games from an online database containing thousands of games from hundred of masters.
Share your game files with others in the standard PGN and FEN formats. PGN files that contain multiple games are also supported.
An intuitive, instant messenger-like chat system has been created to make your discussions with friends in the online chess club as easy as 1-2-3. You can propose criteria-based matches, watch other people's profile and statistics, or just find a random partner to chat.
Players who prefer the classical top view have not been forgotten. Is of course present too, the possibility to rewind the game history, or to enter specific comments on interesting moves.
Chess Giants can be customized easily with new visual themes, sounds and 3D models. You can even plug in a totally different chess engine. If you're familiar with computer graphics, you'll love how simple it is to add and modify themes for the game.
The translation system has been thought so simple that anybody can add a new translation. Get a free activation code by sending quality translations to the author.
Chess Giants is a standalone and portable app. Everything is self-contained. You can install it to a USB key and carry it with you. Just plug it to the first computer around, and you're ready to play the king of games.
Unlock your Chess Giants demo into a fully functional product with an activation code. If you're satisfied with what you see, simply follow the instructions on the registration screen to enjoy limitless chess games.
Free to try
Windows Server 2008
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