Coko (the Cooper-Kozdrowicki chess program) is a chess program written in FORTRAN. It plays a minimal chess game at the rate of 0.2 sec CPU time per move, with a level close to lower chess club play. It participated in four American computer chess championships (1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973). Later versions included the Mater software which is a dedicated piece of software to detect check-mate situations: both how to cause them and how to prevent them.
1Queen is an early BASIC puzzle game based on chess rules. The player can move a queen on a chess board, but the queen can only move left, down and left and down diagonally. The player alternates turns with the computer alternate turns for moving the queen. The player to put it in the bottom left corner of board wins the game.
Schach is a chess program initially written in FORTRAN (version 1), later ported to ALGOL (version 2) and x86 assembly for DOS (version 3). Version 1 played in the American computer chess tournaments (1970, 1971 and 1972). Version 2 played in six World Computer Chess Championships between 1980 and 1986. Version 3 played multiple local European championships and international computer chess and microcomputer chess tournaments between 1991 and 1997.
Fischer-Schneider is a chess program developed at the University of Stuttgart by two math students. The program is written in assembly language dubbed TEXAS (Telefunken Externcode Assembler) for a Telefunken TR-4 mainframe computer. Later ported to IBM System 360.
Chess is a chess game on the CDC 6600 computer. The program was continuously iterated on and knew many versions which became progressively better. The game won the ACM North American Computer Chess Championships eight times and the second WCCC in Toronto in 1977.
Publisher: –Developer: Richard GreenblattRelease date: 1966Platform: Mainframe (PDP-6)Type: ChessCountry: U.S.A.More info: Great article of the game from 1969, Read more about the game and the matchesRelated game: A Chess Playing Program for the IBM 7090 ComputerAlternate titles: “The Greenblatt Chess Program”, “Robert Q” — Entry name in the in the Read more…