The best 3D Chess game is here! Play Chess in immersive 3D graphics.
Challenge your friends to matches or play against the AI players in the best chess game.
Real Chess 3D is one of the most realistic and enjoyable chess games available.
Customize the look and feel of your game by choosing the chess board, checkers, piece type, table. It's like you are actually playing chess in real because of the realistic 3d graphics.
Click on a piece to choose it and then click on the desired target position to make your move.
● Play against the AI with 4 difficulty levels.
● Play against another human opponent.
● Customize the look and feel of the board.
● Relaxing music.
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Ratings and Reviews
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Easy level is very easy. I beat the compututer every time. I can’t win at the next level up though. Kind of frustrating, but good to analyze the moves. Need more time at the end of the game when I get checkmated. I can’t get to the pause button fast enough to see what happened. Still have not figured out how to castle. The computer does it, but I can’t.
Very weak even at “hard” level
It is visually a very pretty game. But at playing chess (which is the point after all), it is just awfully weak. It doesn’t seem to recognize some immediate threats like uncovered checks, etc.
Playing against the lowest level of the weakest of my other Mac chess programs, like the now discontinued “Chess Deluxe” by Mastersoft --(which was good until El Capitan but doesn’t work under Sierra or High Sierra)— it loses, and fast (in 28 one-second moves!), even though playing at Real Chess 3D’s highest level (“Hard”). Chess Deluxe by Mastersoft should not be confused with the current “Chess Deluxe” being offered in the App Store which is an even more catastrophically weak game than this one.
The sad realization is that very good computer chess programs for the Mac platform don’t seem to be as available as they used to be. The fabulous Chessmaster 9000 by Feral Interactive (or Ubisoft) barely runs anymore under High Sierra. It does have an unofficial version that fixes a screen display issue that surfaced in High Sierra, but its prospects for the future are bleak because there is no upgrade available and future OS X upgrades may break it for good. Makes me sad. The Mac needs excellent chess apps that keep up with the times and OS X upgrades. I haven’t run across any yet. For example, a Fritz-style version for the Mac would be great.
REAL GOOD FOR THE PRICE
To start with I am a beginner and this is my first & only chess game to practice with. It seems to be a good game to practice with plus for the price I can not complain.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.