Summary: You can play against a friend in the same room and it spins the table around depending on whose turn it is, which is really kind of cool in itself. You can play against the computer, which is fine because it does not do the same moves every time.
Summary: Not great Pure chess isn’t bad in single player - Chess is Chess, there is a limit to how much you can vary it. There are plenty of computer opponents with various skill levels to beat, you can enter tournaments and solve Chess puzzles. It’s the online play which is the real let down.
Summary: For a paying chess game, I would expect a few more options. By far the worst part of the game is the fact you cannot play opponent with a time limit. They can take days to move. Fix that and I'd give it an 8
Summary: As a chess game, Pure Chess is one of the best out there. The AI is challenging, cross-platform online play is possible, and extra challenges are included. The game even offers some basic and advanced tips to help you with some important aspects of chess.
Summary: Pure chess is a good for those who enjoy the classic board game. It offers matches against a CPU leveled 1-10. There are options of different chess pieces and settings to choose from. The music could use a larger library, but the songs offered are great.
Summary: While the single-player modes are fine (the a.i. is just as good as any other chess game i've played) not having a real-time multi-player mode really drives me away from playing this anymore than i have already
Summary: An inexpensive, visually beautiful chess game to play on your handheld with the inclusion of pass and play, allowing your friends to join in. The lack of online multiplayer is the reason it is not given a perfect score, however as far as chess games go, this is by far the best alternative for fans...