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Computer Chess, (Atari Chess, CXL-4009)
a cartridge chess program for Atari 8-bit home computers by Larry Wagner (Game AI, with the help of Julio Kaplan [1]) and Bob Whitehead, initially the development version or prototype of Video Chess, released for the Atari 2600 in 1978 [2]. In 1979 a revised version of the program was released by Atari as Computer Chess, adapted for the Atari 400/800. A joystick was used to move the pieces.
Computer Chess Box [3]

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  1. ^ Tekla E. Perry, Paul Wallich (1983). Design case history: the Atari Video Computer System. IEEE Spectrum, March 1983, "Doing the 'impossible': chess"
  2. ^ Computer Chess - AtariProtos.com
  3. ^ AtariAge - Atari 800/XL/XE - Computer Chess (Atari), Box Image

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