Lazy Chess is a free, non-profit game created for casual players and enthusiasts alike, where players, at worst, make the second best move available to them. On average, there are more than 30 legal chess moves available to a player in a turn, creating vigintillions of possibilities throughout a game. Lazy Chess compresses that by having you choose only two in a given turn selected by Stockfish, the most robust chess engine in the world. The catch? You won’t know which move is the best!
Learn new skills while you compete against a highly skilled AI, online friends and random opponents. Unlock new themes and settings that up the difficulty, and play challenges of famous board states provided from some of the world's most active grandmasters.
Lazy Chess is open source and available on GitHub. It is made by Cinq-Mars Media, an educational non-profit with projects and games featured at E3, PAX and other festivals worldwide.