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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: Internet Chess Client for RISC OS
 

Internet Chess Client for RISC OS

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 15:24, 11/5/2001 | ,
 
NetChessColin Granville, author of many people's FTP client of choice FTPc, has released an Internet chess client called NetChess.

The shareware program allows you to connect to existing Internet chess servers like www.freechess.org, to play or chat. The program costs £12, although there's a demo version available which allows you to play one game.

The website for NetChess is hosted here.
 

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