Description

This easy-to-understand chess game explains everything from basic rules to aggressive strategies. There are two modes of play. In Free Play, you can play against a number of preset characters, ranging from a young kid to a grouchy old man. The Challenge mode gives players multiple levels and missions to complete. Player support features include a function to indicate possible moves for the player and the opponent, as well as the ability to undo your previous move. You can also enjoy matches with friends via DS Download Play.

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#166 lowest rated DS miscellaneous game (#694 on DS, #12953 overall)

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60% of 15 total votes

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#15 hardest DS miscellaneous game (#71 on DS, #2454 overall)

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7 total votes

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#94 shortest DS miscellaneous game (#297 on DS, #7080 overall)

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