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Quicksilva Ltd
Martin Wren-Hilton
1982
Board Game
£6.95
Multiple languages (see individual downloads)
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Chris Bourne

Producer: Quicksilva, 48K £6.94
The Chess Player speaks, at least briefly when he announces himself, thereafter he contents himself with on-screen remarks like, 'that was a pathetic move'. A useful feature is the ability to alter the colours of board and pieces to suit yourself. Six skill levels with varying response times. A good starter's program, because the computer does lose on the lower skill levels, which is encouraging! Computer-recommended moves, but watch it closely - it cheats sometimes!