About Chessmaster 9000
Since the first version appeared for the PC in 1986, Chessmaster has been the dominant chess franchise in the world, selling more than 5 million units and winning numerous awards. Chessmaster 9000 builds on the strong foundation of its predecessors by adding many new tools to help players master the game of chess, including a new course on the Psychology of Competition by International Master Josh Waitzkin, a new Endgame Quiz from five-time chess champ and Grand Master Larry Evans, and a new Blunder Alert feature that immediately notifies players of better moves when they move their pieces into danger. Additionally, new online features include a free matchmaking service via ubi.com, special chat events, and rated games online. Chessmaster 9000 has an MSRP of $39.99. Owners of previous Chessmaster PC versions are eligible for a $10 rebate when they upgrade to Chessmaster 9000. Additional details on the rebate can be found at Ubi.com or at your favorite videogame retailer.
About Chessmaster for the Game Boy Advance
Chessmaster for the Game Boy Advance offers the best-selling computer chess game of all time for you to take with you anywhere you go. With 10 different chess sets, scaleable gameplay for chess players of all skill levels, 18 opponents with a range of levels and strategies, and a full tutorial mode, Chessmaster provides a great introduction to the game of chess for beginners, and an anytime, anywhere challenge for veteran chess players. Chessmaster also features over 150 famous recorded games from which to learn new strategies and skills to improve your game. Plus, you can challenge a friend or archenemy in 2-player mode whenever you want via the Game Boy Advance Game Link® Cable. Chessmaster for the Game Boy Advance has an MSRP of $29.99.