Chess Free

Contains ads
4.2
42.2K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Are you tired of playing chess games that look like they were designed for a Commodore 64 instead of today's smartphones? We've got the antidote for you. Chess Free is the best looking chess game available for Android, and best of all - it's free!

Chess Free supports both 1 player and 2 player gameplay, so you can play against friends or test your skills against a challenging computer opponent.

Chess Free offers a host of exciting features, including:

* Great graphics and exciting sound effects
* Configurable player names and score tracking
* Outstanding AI engine with configurable difficulty level
* Board rotation for two player games
* Undo function
* Automatic save when you get a phone call or exit the application

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Updated on
Jun 4, 2019

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4.2
42.2K reviews
A Google user
January 10, 2022
The best chess app ever!! I couldn't have asked for a better app!! If I could i'd rate it 10 stars!! Out of literal thousands of games I only managed to beat the computer once. So I don't count it as a "win, win" you know. Also everyone complaining about ads just turn on airplane mode... yeah it's that easy... and the people complaining about difficulty download some kids game because chess is just not for you don't stress.
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A Google user
June 28, 2019
Easy hardest difficulty out of all the chess apps. Everytime you make a move that will ultimately win you the game or an advantage, the game 'conveniently' ends in a draw. Can't undo once the game ends in a draw to get a checkmate. Most unsatisfying chess game. Do not waste your time downloading, there are many better and more difficult chess apps out there.
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Latimer the Evil Bunny Rabbit Supremacist
July 22, 2020
The app is OK. I wouldn't go beyond that. - On the pro side, it had a wonderful lack of add harassment. It plays quickly. Its move algorithms are in line with levels of play. - On the con side, it lacks the "obvious" piece distinction between king, queen and bishop. It's there, but it's subtle and takes getting use to. It doesn't give numerical values to levels of play. It doesn't give resign or abandon options.
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What's new

-Updated graphics and layouts for high-resolution phones and tablets
-Fixed issue that was causing periodic crashes in v1.40