Fritz Chess Trophy Guide

Fritz Chess Trophy Guide

Fritz Chess Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Β A chess game based on the Fritz software. Using a guide and chess program, the Platinum is a quick and easy route.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Fritz Chess * 37 Deep Silver Germany 24 7 5 0 0

Fritz Chess

Fritz Chess is a chess game, based on the Fritz program that allows players to maintain an ELO score in the game while playing against the AI, which means the game calculates the player's skill level. The game also includes various learning tools for first-time and inexperienced players, hints, a story mode, puzzles for finding the quickest checkmate, and a multiplayer mode.

While only a few online gaming magazines bothered to review Fritz Chess, those that did gave an average score of 68%, praised for being both lenient towards new players and challenging to the experienced.

Playing legitimately, this can be quite challenging and time consuming. However, it's possible to cheat by following a chess program and the trophy guides under our Links tab. Despite having a multiplayer mode, there are no online trophies to worry about.

Using the cheat method, it's possible to earn the platinum in only six hours.

If you're looking for the fastest way to earn that Platinum, check out the trophy guide by sunnygrg under our Links tab. We've also included a link to a great video which demonstrates how to earn the Duelist trophy, which requires winning 40 matches - and will only take you about twenty minutes to complete.

We've also included a link to some online chess programs, which you can follow for any of the more difficult tournaments. So check those out if your skills aren't up to par.

That's basically it. The majority of the trophies require simply playing a certain number of chess games, and winning many of them, which can easily be done either by using the video's technique, or one of the chess programs.

This is a fantastic Trophy Guide, by sunnygrg:

And if that's not enough, here's a Trophy Guide by tripledt:

Here is a video posted by sunnygrg demonstrating a 5 Move Checkmate:

This is a free online Chess Program:

And another free Online Chess Program, which is also available on iPhone:

And if you're not satisfied with those, here's a forum with links to free Chess Programs:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: