glChess is an open source 2D/3D chess interface for the GTK+/Gnome desktop. It is designed to have a clean and simple interface. Games can be played between human players and compatible 3rd party artificial intelligences.

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  • i dont like the way it uses vector path file (lineto moveto and curveto) .... it would be nice if it would use direct svg files for piece and 3ds for 3d. hope you to add that feature ... i'm eager to use custom designed pieces in glchess. easy level isn't easy enough.. i think that very easy option should be added...although program is nery nice ...

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Languages

English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Lithuanian, Panjabi, Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

GTK+, Gnome, OpenGL

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2000-05-30