- Fun for all levels
Wii Chess offers 10 levels of finely-tuned computer opponents to take on. Beginners can enjoy getting to grips with the game at its lowest setting and gradually challenge more difficult levels.

- Play against opponents near and far
Enjoy a game with a friend using one or two Wii Remotes, or challenge friends and unknown opponents with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection! You can play against opponents of any level, or use the ranking system to play against opponents of a similar level.

- Improve your technique
Play back of previously-saved games and resume play from any desired point to review and sharpen your strategies!

- A true challenge for experts
Wii Chess uses Loop Express, a conversion of the Loop chess engine which ranked 3rd in the 2007 World Computer Chess Championship in Amsterdam. Top players are sure to find a suitable match amongst the high level computer opponents.

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#39 lowest rated WII miscellaneous game (#177 on WII, #7360 overall)


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#64 easiest WII miscellaneous game (#149 on WII, #2514 overall)


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#48 longest WII miscellaneous game (#356 on WII, #11119 overall)


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