This is a shareware 3D chess game
-two player mode
It uses software rendering (no graphics accelerator needed).
For fluid gameplay, its ideal to have an AMD cpu with 8 core, or a strong Corei7. Its good to have 6 gbyte of RAM.
Runs on Linux or Windows.
I have fixed some bugs:
-when the black pawn reached the end of table, it turned into white puppet
-fixed crash when setting rendering resolution
-fixed some stability problems when updating the scene on multiple threads
Software-only 3D rendering? In 2013? Dude...
And why such high system requirements?
you just accidentally answered your own question :3
Originally Posted by RealNC
You recommend 6GB of RAM and only offer a 32 bit version?
This doesn't make much sense.
the game eats 1.5 gbyte of ram, so you should be able to run it on 2 gbyte ram too if you want, however, if you want to use firefox and other softwares too that needs ram, that would be not ergonomic. when you use suse linux with skype, firefox, pidgin, and using the chess with it on 4 gbyte ram, the system sometimes starts to swap some, wich i find very ugly, so i suggest to have at least 6 gbyte of ram for the ergonomic operation.