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Fritz Chess iPhone Game Review

19 April 2009 2 Comments


fritz Fritz Chess iPhone Game Review

The chess game for the PC that beat world champions like Gary Kasparov is now available on iPhone. Developed by PlayWay, Fritz Chess  takes advantage of all the features of the Apple platform in order to offer the user a unique experience enjoying the final chess game.
The version for iPhone and iPod Touch has 3 game modes available (Blitz, Long Game and Without Clock) as well as many levels of difficulty depending on your level and ELO.
A complete help system which can be configured by the user and it will suggest the user at any time about next moves. Even games can be saved and analyzed at a later time.

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