Free Internet Chess Server is a server for chess players to play against each other over the Internet.Read more
Computer chess has been a phenomenal success, aiding chess analysis, and allowing players to play when no human opponents are available.Read more
Linux chess software generally is separated into a “front end” application and a “chess engine”. There is a wide range of chess-playing software for Linux which can defeat most master players under tournament conditions.Read more
Lucas Chess is a chess GUI. It lets you play against lots of chess engines and train to improve your game.Read more
DroidFish is an Android port of the Stockfish chess engine, combined with a feature-rich graphical user interface.Read more
StingRay is a new entry in the field of Linux-based chess software. It’s billed as a simple chess graphical user interface with basic functionality to run against UCI and XBoard engines.
The software is designed to be lightweight and not burden the chess player with features they’ll never use.Read more
I had a panache for abstract strategy games such as chess and draughts, as well as word games. I can still never resist a game of Escape from Colditz, a strategy card and dice-based board game, or Risk; two timeless multi-player strategy board games. But Catan remains my favourite board game.Read more