Chess Titan

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by Brian Newman, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. Brian Newman

    Brian Newman Guest

    Can I play chess on my computor?
     
    Brian Newman, Feb 23, 2009
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  2. Brian Newman

    Mark Guest

    Only when it is laying on its side


    haha, just kidding. If you mean you have Vista and you don't see Chess
    Titans in your list of games- do you have the other built-in games, such as
    solitare? You may have a version of Vista that doesn't have it built-in, or
    perhaps it was never installed. Check the Add/Remove Windows programs in the
    control panel

    If thats not it, send some more details.


    Hope that helps!
    Mark
     
    Mark, Feb 24, 2009
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  3. Brian Newman

    Sawsan Guest

    Can I play Chess Titan in Windows XP SP2?

    Regards,
     
    Sawsan, Mar 5, 2009
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  4. Brian Newman

    Joe Guest

    Na, but you can get Chessmaster 10th Anniversary Edition for like $19.99 or
    less. Oh, there's an 11th year version available at ubisoft for the same
    price. Sounds like a good game, they also have a version on XBLA (Xbox live
    arcade) if you have an xbox 360.

    http://chessmaster.us.ubi.com/xi/index.php
     
    Joe, Mar 9, 2009
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    Shant Guest

    Every time I try moving my pawns forward two steps, i get taken by the
    opposing pawns which they are not within a killing reach.

    For example: my two White-pawn on c2 and d3, and the computer Black-pawn on
    d4 and the queen right behind the pawn on d5

    Is that possible, is that a bug or is it just me??????

    I have taken screenshots before and after for an expert to look at.
     
    Shant, Mar 20, 2009
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  6. Brian Newman

    Olórin Guest

    It's a legal move - Google "en passant".

    If using that two-squares-on-first-move rule for a pawn puts you past an
    opposing pawn that could have taken you, then that pawn may *on its next
    move* take your pawn as if you'd only advanced one square.
     
    Olórin, Mar 23, 2009
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  7. Brian Newman

    Joe Guest

    This question comes up every 2-3 weeks, it's hilarious, but I understand
    why people would post about it, this move is just not talked about much
    unless you really play chess a lot.

    Tons of web pages talk about it, there's a good write-up on Wikipedia.
     
    Joe, Mar 23, 2009
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