The Chess - Crazy Bishop -

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About this game

The Chess has 100 adjustable playing levels based on the engine
"Crazy Bishop" with very high quality graphics!

Adjustable playing strength from 100 levels!
You can choose the strength of the computer from 258 to 2300 in ELO rating.
Level 1 is extremely weak, and Level 100 is extremely difficult to beat!
The Chess has 100 different levels of play from beginner to expert!

Challenge to win medals by defeating computer!
You will be rewarded to enable changing the board style and pieces design by collecting medals. (Normal mode only)

The paid version is ad free and keeps record of your history against the computer.

Other Features:
- Human vs Computer, Human vs Human(sharing a single device)
- Computer gives your level evaluation by ELO rating in rating mode,
very useful for tracking your progress
- Enter and analyze any position you like in edit mode
- Hint facility to improve your game
- Review mode during a game
- Save/Load game records
- Supporting PGN file for both reading and writing
- Export game records via e-mail in text format or as a PGN file
- Enable to view full game history in the game record and restart game
from the selected move, which should be very practical for improving your chess
- Autosaves your current game
Updated on
Aug 21, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

179 reviews
Rachel Crosby
June 9, 2024
A very good chess app. Lots of features allow one to experiment. Only flaw is animation speed when a piece gets removed from a board after being captured. It's so fast the eye can't even follow it or see the opponent's next move
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A Google user
August 21, 2019
I have many chess apps, but I probably use this more often than any other for actual play. It plays well, has lots of skill levels, and a very diverse repertoire of openings-- never gets boring. The display is clear and attractive, and you can save your games for later study.
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Victor Mathew
March 4, 2022
Please add a redo button for the undo button if we choose to keep the same move. (That will make it much better for learning and improving.) Thank you! You are greatly appreciated! Great job!
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