Chess - Offline Board Game 4+

The ultimate Chess board game


Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Install and play Chess Club now for free!

Chess Club has the following features:

- This offline Chess app is free
- Play Chess vs COM
- The board game offers 8 different levels of difficulty
- Do you want to learn chess or need some help? Use the Hint function in the game to see the best move possible
- When you made a mistake you can undo your move and try again
- How many Chess games did you won? How many were a draw? View your personal stats and try to improve it!
- Amazing graphics and low app size
- Play with 2D or 3D pieces

How to play Chess Club?

Playing a real game of Chess has never been so easy. Simply install the free board game and start your journey to become the king of Chess! Select which color you want to start in: white, black or random. Define the difficulty level. In total our engine offers 8 levels. Tap on the PLAY NOW button and start your game. The goal is to eliminate the pieces from your opponent and checkmate the King! Thanks to the amazing controls it is very easy to play. You will see the possible moves you can make when you select a piece. When you are not happy with a move you made, you can Undo it. We also offer in the Chess game a Hint function, this will help you to learn Chess and become a better player over time!

Install and play the best Chess app in the store now!

What’s New

Version 2.4.19

Hello, have you beaten our Grandmaster yet? Our team is trying every day! Although we have not added any new features on this version, we have made some improvements that will enable you to continue playing chess without any problems! Have fun!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
29.7K Ratings

29.7K Ratings

grsmuggler ,

Great game

I am a novice at best. I just beat level 3 and that was challenging for me. I doubt that I will ever get above level 5, but I’m certainly going to try. I’m 59 now and I haven’t played much chess since college even though I still enjoy the game. However, I need to do something to keep my mind sharp because my family has a history of dementia and I’ve already seen signs of it in me. So playing this fun and challenging game just might keep me out of a nursing home.

Sweet Cait ,

I can’t believe I’m the only person saying this

I’m a beginner at chess and I was shocked to see how simple it is the problem is but like any other chess game app where it’s so obvious that the person you’re playing against is a bot. The issue that during the beginning you’re rightfully given the option to move and beat the “player” but then towards the end when I’m literally about to win I’m not able to. All can do is just move my checks around meanwhile this bot player can do whatever it wants and if that’s not happening time runs out and you get a pop up talking about how interesting the game was and the choice to start over which is why this isn’t for me. I’m not sure if these other reviews are fake and I wouldn’t be surprised if they all are they are mentioning the screwed “difficulty” like it’s a good thing when there’s a difference between making the game slightly difficult so you would wanna keep playing and just plain cheating the players, players should be allowed to win so don’t bother playing this on your phone where you will more than likely be competing with a robot.

Job_ee ,


This game doesn’t know what a draw is. According to the game, a draw means the king has to move to an inconvenient spot. Not a suicide spot that would immediately result in a win for me, but a move that would trap the king.

This was the set up: white king G4, white queen E6, black pawn F6, Black King G6. I was white in this match. Black moved back and forth from G6 to G7 while my queen moved from E6 to F5. White queen on F5, Black king on G6 could have also moved to H6 as well as what he’s been doing, G7. While queen is on G6 and black king is on G7, black king instead of moving forward to G6 could also move to F8 or H8, both of which are inconvenient, but not a checkmate.

It has also counted a draw as not wanting to make an attack move. Situation, both sides have a set up, no one has lost any pieces. I move a non important for the moment piece back and forth and the computer, not wanting to make the first move on me, does likewise until it declares a draw. That’s not a draw. It’s the computer’s fault that it let me have a great defensive set up to begin with.

A draw is when the king has no choice but to move into a space that would get himself killed, not moving into an inconvenient spot on the map. Please change this. On my third “draw” in a row.

App Privacy

The developer, GamoVation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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