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Play Chess en Route – ChessFriends.com Mobile

Stanislav Pavlovič | September 21, 2011 – 16:30One Comment | 2,890 views
Play Chess en Route – ChessFriends.com Mobile

ChessFriends.com brings you another useful feature – mobile website, which could come handy whenever you find yourself bored with a smartphone in your pocket. There comes an end to boredom during classes, while travelling or waiting for lunch. You just need a phone with an internet connection and the noble game of chess comes to rescue!

Finding mobile version of our site is easy: Every time you try to visit www.chessfriends.com from your mobile phone, you will automatically be redirected to http://www.chessfriends.com/mobile.

ChessFriends.com Mobile - your savior from lathargy

ChessFriends.com Mobile - your savior from lathargy

Similarly to the desktop version, you can play either as a registered player or as a guest. Playing as registered gives you an option to challenge both human and computer opponents. When playing as a guest, we will automatically find an opponent for you. If you are not yet registered, it is possible and easy-to-do even on mobile platform.

Familiar, isn't it?

Familiar, isn't it?

The in-game interface is similar to our main playing interface at the desktop site, so those used to it should feel quite accustomed. It provides basic interactivity – an option to ask opponent for a draw, abort the game as well as resign with a prospect to win back your glory in a re-match.

Challenging opponents, the mobile way

Challenging opponents, the mobile way

For you chatty ones, we have also prepared a chat window, where you can fully indulge in conversations with your opponent, discuss events of a game or furiously accuse your rival of cheating.

A game of chess always should be a social event

A game of chess always should be a social event

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