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|A component of Microsoft Windows|
|Included with||Windows Vista/Windows 7 Home Premium, Business/Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate|
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Chess Titans is a chess video game developed by Oberon Games and included in Windows Vista and Windows 7 Home Premium, Business/Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate. Chess Titans was removed in Windows 8.
The game can be played with either a mouse and a keyboard or any gamepad like a PlayStation 3 or a Xbox 360 controller for Windows. It can also be played through Windows Media Center, using the remote control provided with TV Tuner Cards, and certain laptops as well.
Player vs. computer 
Players can play against the computer after selecting the computer skill in a scale from 1 to 10. After a move is made by the computer, the player can view the last move. When clicking on a chess piece, Chess Titans can highlight all valid moves for that piece, which helps the player in playing chess. This option can be turned off. The computer uses a generic mathematics based control system where chance defines the number of mistakes it makes. The algorithm it uses is quite different from more complex versions of player-vs-computer chess games.
Player vs. player 
In a two-player game, the chess board automatically turns 180 degrees for the opposite player after each move. This option can be turned off. Chess Titans saves all two-player game scores.