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Fritz & Chesster Volume 2: Learn to Play Chess

$35.00 $33.99
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SKU:
CB0547
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Media Type:
CD-ROM
Operating System:
PC
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Software Developer:
Chessbase
Fritz & Chesster Volume 2: Learn to Play Chess
WARNING: May Contain Small Parts.

Jump into chess action, move by move, to rescue Chesster from deep within King Blacks castle. Join Fritz and Bianca in a thrilling chess adventure as they enter rooms of the castle, where each challenge will help you sharpen skills and prepare for the ultimate showdown.

  • Part two of the famous chess game Learn to play Chess with Fritz &Chesster
  • Powered by Fritz, the worlds leading chess software
  • Learn about tactics and strategy, the opening and endgame
  • Developed together with experienced childrens chess coaches
Software Requirements: Multimedia PC: Pentium II 233 processor, 32 mb ram (16 mb free momory), 16 bit soundblaster compatible sound card, 16x speed CD-Rom Drive, Graphics card 800 x 600 (16 bit color), Win 98/ME/XP/Vista (not recommended for Windows 7/8)

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  • 5
    Fritz & Chesster Volume 2: Learn to Play Chess 5 Stars

    Posted by Lee from DFW TX on 28th Apr 2013

    We have been using the Fritz and Chesster computer games with our 4 year old .The games are engaging and fun (and somewhat challenging even for adults), beginners who are already familiar with how a chess board sets up and pieces move will most benefit from the second installment of this game. Kids are playing to learn rules, and tactics with this game.