Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess
DOS - 1990
Also released on: Amiga
Description of Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess
Too bad many people are discouraged to play this game because they think Chinese Chess is either not interesting or too difficult to learn. Nothing can be further from the truth!
Chinese Chess is easy to learn, especially when Interplay applies the wonderfully original idea of Battle Chess to the intriguing Chinese Chess system, animating Chinese soldiers with style and humor. With the tremendous task of memorizing Chinese characters removed, now you have no excuse for not trying this one out :)
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Comments and reviews
JackTR 2017-04-23 1 point DOS version
Game works fine - but only with codes (DOS-Version, Amiga-Version i didn't test)!
@Darren - seems that this game is the original version.
So codes needed from the reference card which came with the original game.
But you can find them on the internet, too - search for example with google for "battle chess 2 codes".
pinkie pie 2015-06-02 1 point DOS version
go to SETUP and put: CGA,Mouse,PC internal speaker,sound blaster , port 220* , COM1. save and start and up you go
Darren 2014-12-08 2 points DOS version
before the game start will ask question something like "su hsun vs. tai tsung, 989AD 25. blue" how to answer this?
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