Chess engines

2017-07-28T23:55:50+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Fruit (software), Fritz (chess), HIARCS, Zappa (chess), IPPOLIT, Wii Chess, GNU Chess, Houdini (chess), Stockfish (chess), Naum (chess), Kasparov Chessmate, Battle Chess, Rybka, Pure Chess, Strelka (chess engine), Crafty, Shredder (software), Komodo (chess), Power Chess, Chess 2: The Sequel, Chess Tiger, GNOME Chess, Socrates II, Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge, Grandmaster Chess, 1K ZX Chess, ChessV, Critter (chess), Cyber Chess, Fritz Chess, Virtual Chess 64, Sjeng (software), ChessGenius, Virtual Kasparov, Microchess, Colossus Chess, MChess Pro, SMIRF, Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge, Kasparov's Gambit, Sargon (chess) flashcards Chess engines
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  • Fruit (software)
    Fruit is a chess engine developed by Fabien Letouzey.
  • Fritz (chess)
    Fritz is a German chess program developed by Vasik Rajlich and published by ChessBase.
  • HIARCS
    HIARCS is a proprietary UCI chess engine developed by Mark Uniacke.
  • Zappa (chess)
    Zappa, Zap!Chess or Zappa Mexico, is a UCI chess engine written by Anthony Cozzie, a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • IPPOLIT
    IPPOLIT is an open-source chess program released by authors using pseudonyms, Yakov Petrovich Golyadkin, Igor Igorovich Igoronov, Roberto Pescatore, Yusuf Ralf Weisskopf, Ivan Skavinsky Skavar, and Decembrists.
  • Wii Chess
    Wii Chess is a chess video game for the Wii console.
  • GNU Chess
    GNU Chess is a free software chess engine which plays a full game of chess against a human being or other computer program.
  • Houdini (chess)
    Houdini is a UCI chess engine developed by Belgian programmer Robert Houdart.
  • Stockfish (chess)
    Stockfish is an open source UCI chess engine, available for various desktop and mobile platforms.
  • Naum (chess)
    Naum is a computer chess engine by Canadian programmer Aleksandar Naumov.
  • Kasparov Chessmate
    Kasparov Chessmate is a chess-playing computer program by The Learning Company for which Garry Kasparov is co-credited as game designer.
  • Battle Chess
    Battle Chess is a video game version of chess in which the chess pieces come to life and battle one another when capturing.
  • Rybka
    (This article is about the chess engine. For other uses, see Rybka (disambiguation).) Rybka is a computer chess engine designed by International Master Vasik Rajlich.
  • Pure Chess
    Pure Chess is a chess video game developed by VooFoo Studios.
  • Strelka (chess engine)
    Strelka (rus. Стрелка) is a computer chess engine for Windows, developed by Yuri Osipov.
  • Crafty
    Crafty is a chess program written by UAB professor Dr.
  • Shredder (software)
    Shredder is a commercial chess program and chess engine developed in Germany by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen in 1993.
  • Komodo (chess)
    Komodo is a UCI chess engine developed by Don Dailey, Mark Lefler, and supported by chess author and evaluation expert, GM Larry Kaufman.
  • Power Chess
    Power Chess is a chess-playing video game originally released in September 1996 by Sierra Entertainment for the Microsoft Windows 95 operating system.
  • Chess 2: The Sequel
    Chess 2: The Sequel is a chess variant created by David Sirlin and Zachary Burns of Ludeme Games.
  • Chess Tiger
    Chess Tiger is a strong chess program developed by Christophe Théron which achieved a number of tournament successes between 2000-2002.
  • GNOME Chess
    GNOME Chess (formerly glChess) is a graphical front-end featuring a 2D and a 3D chessboard interface.
  • Socrates II
    Socrates II is a chess program that, in 1993, won the 23rd North American Computer Chess Championship.
  • Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
    The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge is a 2-D, 3-D, Chess game by Telegames.
  • Grandmaster Chess
    Grandmaster Chess is a 1993 video game to play chess for PC DOS platform develop by IntraCorp and its subsidiary Capstone that was focused on neural network technology and an artificial intelligence (AI) able to learn from mistakes.
  • 1K ZX Chess
    1K ZX Chess is a 1982 chess-playing computer program (while missing three rules) for the unexpanded Sinclair ZX81.
  • ChessV
    ChessV (short for Chess Variants) is a free computer program designed to play a large number of chess variants.
  • Critter (chess)
    Critter is a cross-platform UCI chess engine by Slovakian programmer Richard Vida which is free for non-commercial use.
  • Cyber Chess
    Cyber Chess is a chess-playing computer program developed by William Tunstall-Pedoe.
  • Fritz Chess
    Fritz Chess is a video game for the Wii developed by Deep Silver and published by Koch Media.
  • Virtual Chess 64
    Virtual Chess 64 is a chess simulation game for the Nintendo 64.
  • Sjeng (software)
    Sjeng is a chess engine written by Gian-Carlo Pascutto based on Faile, written by Adrien Regimbald.
  • ChessGenius
    ChessGenius is the name of a chess-playing computer program written by Richard Lang who has in the past written programs that have won the World Computer Chess Championship on 10 occasions.
  • Virtual Kasparov
    Virtual Kasparov is a chess video game released by Titus Software for the PlayStation and Game Boy Advance.
  • Microchess
    Microchess, by Peter R.
  • Colossus Chess
    Colossus Chess is a series of chess-playing computer programs developed by Martin Bryant, commercially available for various home computers in the 1980s.
  • MChess Pro
    MChess Pro is the name given to a chess playing computer program written by Martin Hirsch which won the World Microcomputer Chess Championship in 1995.
  • SMIRF
    SMIRF (an acronym for Strategiespielprogramm mit intelligent rückkoppelnden Funktionen) is a Windows chess game.
  • Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge
    Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge is a board game-style video game developed by Virtucraft and published by BAM! Entertainment for the Game Boy Advance.
  • Kasparov's Gambit
    Kasparov's Gambit or simply Gambit is a chess playing computer program created by Heuristic Software and published by Electronic Arts in 1993 based on Socrates II, the only winner of the North American Computer Chess Championship running on a common microcomputer.
  • Sargon (chess)
    Sargon (or SARGON) is a line of chess-playing software for personal computers.