Think you've got what it takes to defeat an N64 chess game? Think again: with an engine that actually beat Deep Blue (the computer that took down Kasparov), VIRTUAL CHESS 64 offers a full range of both tasteful and goofy options for players of all abilities. Beginner levels allow the computer to slip up once in awhile, while advanced levels have the computer calculating 3,000 moves per second. If you're new to the game, there's an interactive tutorial to take you through all aspects of chess strategy, and a convenient display marker to show you all of your possible moves. Everything is customizable in this thorough take on the classic game.