Oxford Softworks

10 Intelligent Strategy Games

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

A collection of ten classical board games. Each of them runs from a common menu. These games are Draughts, Go, Renju, 4-in-a-line, Othello, Gomoku, Backgammon, Chinese Chess, Chess, and Bridge

5 Intelligent Strategy Games

5 Intelligent Strategy Games

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

With 5 Intelligent Strategy Games Oxford Softworks gives you the following 5 board/card games: Backgammon Chess Bridge Go Draughts

5 Intelligent Strategy Games

5 Intelligent Strategy Games

Atari ST - Released

Includes: Backgammon Royale, Bridge Player 2000, Chess Player 2150, Draughts, Go Player.

Backgammon Royale

Backgammon Royale

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Backgammon Royale is a simple computerized version of the classic board game of chance & skill called "Backgammon". Backgammon Royale lets the player choose between two styles of play (aggressive or defensive), and also select the game speed between three parameters (fast, medium or slow). The game has a save/load option that gives the player the opportunity to continue the game later.

Backgammon Royale

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Backgammon Royale is a simple computerized version of the classic board game of chance & skill called "Backgammon". Backgammon Royale lets the player choose between two styles of play (aggressive or defensive), and also select the game speed between three parameters (fast, medium or slow). The game has a save/load option that gives the player the opportunity to continue the game later.

Backgammon Royale

Backgammon Royale

Atari ST - 1991

Backgammon Royale is a simple computerized version of the classic board game of chance & skill called "Backgammon". Backgammon Royale lets the player choose between two styles of play (aggressive or defensive), and also select the game speed between three parameters (fast, medium or slow). The game has a save/load option that gives the player the opportunity to continue the game later.

Bridge Deluxe 2 With Omar Sharif

MS-DOS - Released - March 29, 1996

Another game about the card game of Bridge. You can play against the computer (the A.I. has some 20 options for bidding conventions and just card play) or against human opponents (there is even a LAN option). Included are some tutorials for beginner and intermediate players; the tutorials are presented by Omar Sharif himself.

BRIDGE PLAYER 2000

BRIDGE PLAYER 2000

Atari ST - Released - 1987

At last. . . . . a bridge player that gives you a challenging game with a really tough opponent. We can promise you hours of enjoyment as you pit your wits against this powerful program. And now a superb new feature for the beginner and improver . . . . a special tutorial section devised by an expert to guide you through the intricacies of bidding and play with twenty set hands and detailed explanation. This is a bridge player for both the expert and the beginner, with versatile bidding routines that really set a high standard, matched by the emphatically powerful play of the cards. The...

Checkmate

Checkmate

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Checkmate (or Chess Champion 2175) is the successor of Chess Player 2150. Most basic options and displaying are the same like in the predecessor. Improvements are done in the strength of the chess engine (the authors claim over 2000 ELO for the program), the usage of extra RAM for additional deep searching, a bigger opening library, the possibility to extend the opening library by the user and some improvements to the user interface. Otherwise this is a traditional full-featured chess game with all of the standard chess features. Difficulty is chosen by selecting one of four levels and then...

Chess Player 2150

Chess Player 2150

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Chess Player 2150 is a chess program which played well against the other chess programs of the day and won the 1989 British Open Personal Computer Chess Championship (according to a post in ST Report International Online Magazine, November 13, 1992, No.8.45). The author was not shy about his program's prowess. Built into the program is a pull-down menu, giving it's performance against Chessmaster 2000, Chessmaster 2100 and Colossus X, in 10 games apiece. The game was designed to improve as it played, so over time a game that played against good players would be much better than when it...

Chess Player 2150

Chess Player 2150

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Chess Player 2150 is a chess program which played well against the other chess programs of the day and won the 1989 British Open Personal Computer Chess Championship (according to a post in ST Report International Online Magazine, November 13, 1992, No.8.45). The author was not shy about his program's prowess. Built into the program is a pull-down menu, giving it's performance against Chessmaster 2000, Chessmaster 2100 and Colossus X, in 10 games apiece. The game was designed to improve as it played, so over time a game that played against good players would be much better than when it...

Chess Player 2150

Chess Player 2150

Atari ST - Released - 1989

Chess Player 2150 is a chess program which played well against the other chess programs of the day and won the 1989 British Open Personal Computer Chess Championship (according to a post in ST Report International Online Magazine, November 13, 1992, No.8.45). The author was not shy about his program's prowess. Built into the program is a pull-down menu, giving it's performance against Chessmaster 2000, Chessmaster 2100 and Colossus X, in 10 games apiece. The game was designed to improve as it played, so over time a game that played against good players would be much better than when it...

Chess System Tal

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Chess System Tal is a Chess game that allows you to play Chess against your computer. It is the sequel to Complete Chess System. Different from most Chess games, Tal doesn't try to play the best and most safe move every time, but instead it has its own personality based on professional chess player Mikhail Tal, who's known for making unexpected moves and having an attacking play style. There are four different views available for the chess board and eight different designs. The game provides hint modes that help you play the game.

Complete Chess System

Complete Chess System

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Complete Chess System is a Chess game that allows you to play a match against your computer. The game comes with a set of historical games played by pros. With a skill level similar to those of national champions the game is meant for professional chess players. The game of chess is played in top-down 2D with icons depicting the various pieces or in 3D from the player's perspective.

The Complete Chess System

The Complete Chess System

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Complete Chess System is a Chess game that allows you to play a match against your computer. The game comes with a set of historical games played by pros. With a skill level similar to those of national champions the game is meant for professional chess players. The game of chess is played in top-down 2D with icons depicting the various pieces or in 3D from the player's perspective.

Go Player

Go Player

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Go Player is a computer adaption of the old board game Go which is most often played in Eastern Asia. The basic principle is that two players (one white, the other black) place stones on a 19x19 board. The goal is to control as big as possible areas on the board by circling it with own stones. Likewise, enemy stones can be taken out of the game by circling them. At the end of the match (when both players pass their turn) the size of controlled areas and the taken out stones determine the winner. This game features two smaller boards (9x9 and 13x13) and handicap options, both adapted from...

Go: The European Computer Go Champion

Go: The European Computer Go Champion

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Go Player is a computer adaption of the old board game Go which is most often played in Eastern Asia. The basic principle is that two players (one white, the other black) place stones on a 19x19 board. The goal is to control as big as possible areas on the board by circling it with own stones. Likewise, enemy stones can be taken out of the game by circling them. At the end of the match (when both players pass their turn) the size of controlled areas and the taken out stones determine the winner. This game features two smaller boards (9x9 and 13x13) and handicap options, both adapted from...

Omar Sharif's Bridge

Omar Sharif's Bridge

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

This Bridge game has built-in tutorial mode which makes it easy for novice players to start enjoying the game right away. Omar Sharif himself will guide you through the rules, and the sample hands show you the best bid or play to make in a variety of situations. For the more experienced player, you can dive right in and start playing on your own, but Omar is only a mouse click away should you need some advice at any point in the game.

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