Chess Knight Free
Current Version: 1.0.5
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 8.2 MB - Download
Enjoy playing Chess every night of the week with Chess Knight Free! Play against the computer with 4 AI levels or 2 player/multiplayer modes against a friend.
Chess is a board game played between two players. It is played on a chessboard, which is a square-checkered board with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight grid. At the beginning of the game each player controls sixteen pieces: one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns. The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king, whereby the king is under immediate attack (in "check") and there is no way to remove or defend it from attack on the next move.
★ Both one and two player modes.
★ Fun AI with 4 levels (easy, medium, hard and expert).
★ Great background music and sounds.
We hope you enjoy Chess Knight Free! To get a version with background music and support our development you can buy the complete version.
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Most Helpful Reviews
Awesome! - Probably the best chess player out there, and it's free!
Horrible! - It says a lot of completely legal moves are illegal! I'm not stupid! It practically keeps you from winning!
More Reviews for Current Version
Incorrectly calculates a Draw - There are a few issues, but the greatest of these is in the way it calculates a Draw by Repetition: Firstly, it counts one repetition as a Draw. Secondly, if a piece is moved other than the repeating pieces, it still calculates that as a Draw. Other issues, like the inability to switch sides, either at the start of a game or in the middle of a game are what I would consider weaknesses. Not a bad effort for a work in progress, especially for free and containing no ads, but the Draw issues need to be fixed! I would love to see more of a difference between the free and paid programs beyond just playing music. I could run iTunes in the background if I wanted music. The free version contains advanced and expert levels, so I guess you could consider that a real gift in the free version. I think the average chess player will find this game quite human at the intermediate level, where most chess programs will blow them out of the water. The average person will win some and lose some, making it fun to play, despite the ovvious flaws. Once you’ve played it for a while, any good player will get bored with intermediate and challenged by the expert level, so it is not a bad programming effort. It just needs some work.
Not very good - Better than the built-in Chess app, but not by much. Game play is choppy, graphics make the pieces hard to recognize, the sounds are hoakie, and the AI is not very smart at all. It’s OK for the price.
castle in check? - I have to immediately question any program that allows you to castle when king is in check…
Very easy, computer AI is rather dumb - As a developer I understand that it’s not easy to write a good chess game. But this one has very “dumb” AI. Some of the moves are just stupid. The game is not very good and not challenging at all.
It’s free, but beware - I got about five moves into a game in full screen mode and it triggered a SPOD (spinning pinwheel of death).