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  • Summary: Employing the framework of ChessBase's world renowned Fritz! chess algorithm software, widely regarded as one of the most sophisticated chess engines in the world, even the most experienced chess experts will be presented with a daunting challenge. All these features paired with anEmploying the framework of ChessBase's world renowned Fritz! chess algorithm software, widely regarded as one of the most sophisticated chess engines in the world, even the most experienced chess experts will be presented with a daunting challenge. All these features paired with an atmospheric soundtrack, several distinct game board environments, special game modes, and a plethora of unlockable bonuses guarantee players long lasting fun with the timeless game of kings! Collapse
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  1. May 23, 2011
    83
    Do you want to play chess with action-elements? Then Battle vs. Chess is your game.
  2. Jun 1, 2011
    75
    Battle vs. Chess is probably the most extensive chess game out there. There are a ton of modes and the animations of the fighting chess pieces are very nice. It's just a shame that the camera is positioned poorly and there really aren't that many people playing online.
  3. Jun 29, 2011
    73
    Most of the gamers doesn't play chess normally, but that doesn't mean Chess is boring. TopWare delivers with Battle vs. Chess a fine chess game with fine graphics, a good challenge and a lot of variety. Of course is not everything in the game brilliant, but Battle vs. Chess is a nice surprise.