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Geri's chess


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#1 Geri   Members   -  Reputation: 181

Posted 16 April 2013 - 12:34 PM

his is a chess game using 3d graphics. it runs on windows and linux.

 

 

-you can play against the ai (minmax-like herustic algo)

 

-against your friends on network (p2p - ip 2 ip)

 

-against your friend (two player mode)

 

gerischess.jpg

 

-it requires a 8 core amd cpu for optimal performance on max graphics quality. it doesn ot require graphics card, it uses software rendering

-its good to have 6 gbyte of ram at least

 

ai can be adjusted:

 

-easy settings are for the complete beginners

-medium is the default. i can beat it

-hard can beat me sometimes

 

i was not able to beat the hardest settings yet, however, i am not a good chess player (on maximum ai level, the algo precalcs 14+ steps)

 

the code its heavily parallerized.

 

http://gerischess.tk


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#2 Geri   Members   -  Reputation: 181

Posted 02 May 2013 - 01:19 PM

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
 


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