A software tool that allows you to play online chess games with a touchscreen, chess education application AceChess has been updated to version 1.0.5, which fixes several bugs, adds support for Android and Windows Phone, and improves performance.
The updated software has been downloaded over 5 million times, according to a Twitter post from the company.
Users can now select between five games: the world’s most famous board game, a “chess master” mode, a traditional mode that can be played with two or three people, and a simplified mode in which you can play against a computer.
Users also have the option of a “free play” mode that lets users play against random players, but they are limited to five rounds per person.
The free play mode was added to the game after users pointed out that it wasn’t the best option for beginners and other people with limited skills.
The game has also been updated with a new board with a black knight on top of it.
In this version, players can choose between a “board full of knights,” a “high score mode,” and a “single player mode.”
AceChess is a free, cross-platform chess game that uses a touchscreen interface to let you play chess games on Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile devices.
Users will be able to play AceChems games with three or more people, or two players, through the new “cheese-free” mode.
The software is also compatible with Android and Android devices running the latest versions of Windows and iOS.
“We’re happy to report that AceCheess 1.x.5 has received the Android and Apple OSX security patches.
In addition, the game is now compatible with all major browsers and is also cross-compatible with Android phones running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above,” the company said in a statement.
The AceCheks app also includes a new chess simulator that allows users to play against computers and other devices.