Reviews and Problems with Chessmaster: The Art of Learning
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Bought this for my 9 year old when he started ...
Kristine G., Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: Bought this for my 9 year old when he started to develop an interest in chess but needed to learn the basics. The mini games really helped and so did the tutorials. After about a week with this game, he was able to start winning chess games against some opponents--which he was really excited about...
Summary: I have 7 and 8 year olds, and our boys love this game! I've always thought DS offers no education, but this one is different. If you have a basic chess skill this is one you should get. My boys like this one as much as they like new super mario bros. Get it if you can.
Summary: Got this for my husband, an avowed chess geek for Christmas, hoping it would keep him interested for a week or two. He's still playing it in February, and he is really good at chess. Yay for Chess Master.
Great game but, like many items, not eligible for Amazon Prime
Thomas L. Holderfield "mindbringer", Amazon
29 August 2008
Summary: This, like its PC Game counterpart, is a great chessgame (at least as far as games available for Nintendo DS and the PC go). However, and unfortunately, because it is actually sold by Target and not Amazon, it is not available for Amazon Prime benefits like free shipping.
Summary: My 6-year old and 7-year old love this game and the fact that they can play chess with each other using only one game card. They are novice chess players, but with this game they can really expand their skills.
Summary: I gave it five because for the platform you use it on it's great and I'm having fun. I don't think for the price you can go wrong. Not exactly a lot of different chess games out there for handhelds to compare it to. Not perfect but fun.