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Chess, (CC)
a series of commercial chess programs written by David Thompson in 6502 assembly for Acorn home computers, Commodore 64 and Oric computers. Chess 1.12 was published in 1981 for the Acorn Atom, released by Acornsoft (?). In 1983, Chess was released through Computer Concepts targeting the BBC Micro [1], while the Acornsoft Chess brand for the BBC Micro was continued with a program by Arthur Norman and Nick Pelling [2]. Chess was further adapted for the Commodore 64 and released in 1984 by Superior Software [3], and by IJK Software for the Oric-1 and Oric Atmos [4].
Chess for Acorn Atom [5]

Screenshot

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Computer Concepts Chess for the BBC Micro [6]

See also


Publications

  • John Vaux (1983). Micro takes on Chess Machine. Acorn User, No. 8, pdf

External Links


References

  1. ^ Chess - Complete BBC Games Archive
  2. ^ Chess (V2.1) - Complete BBC Games Archive
  3. ^ Chess – 1988 Superior Software - Games That Weren't - GTW64 - home of unreleased Commodore 64 games
  4. ^ Chess - The Oric Site
  5. ^ Chess - Acorn Atom - Games Database
  6. ^ Chess - Complete BBC Games Archive

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