AjedrezNet is a chess game that is built to run peer2peer games all over the Web. Users can easily play with people from around the world. The game allows users to play over the Internet or a local network through the use of a connection (TCP/IP), or to compete against other users that are playing the same game. Its only limit is that there are no one-player vs. artificial intelligence options.
By using AjedrezNet, users can store their games in files with Portable Game Notation (PGN) format, open PGN files, and view each game, play by play, from the file. Users can delay their games, load previous games, and even change the window’s colors to spice things up a bit. AjedrezNet gives a good opportunity to challenge mental reflexes. It is available in different languages.
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If you have additional information about which types of files AjedrezNet can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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