Championship Board Games for Windows Publisher’s Description
The King of All Board Games! Discover a new set of friends with exciting game Championship Checkers, Chess, and Mahjongg games! Our 24 All-Star characters span across 5 levels of difficulty to suit the player in you. Savvy players will love challenging realistic opponents, while beginners get some extra help with our personal in-game DreamCoach(TM). We’ll go beyond just showing you what to play, we’ll explain why you should play it. Learn the more you play!
*Challenge 24 fun and realistic All-Star opponents across 5 skill levels.
*Sharpen your skills with your in-game DreamCoach(TM).
*Explore dozens of variations, including Fischer and Flying Kings.
*Personalize your game with different card decks, card faces, and backgrounds.
*Stunning new art with bright game menus.
*100% Money Back Guarantee!
Discover the most realistic game of Chess available. Learn basic play and strategy in our tutorial. Improve your skills using unlimited hint, undo and replay. Master your game using detailed history and statistics.
Embrace the challenge of mastering this timeless strategy game today. Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels. Whether you’re an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come.
Play Chess your way with dozens of game options at your fingertips. Challenge your opponent on one of 11 boards and 4 piece sets on a classic 2D or modern 3D layout. Play a fast-paced timed game with clocks, or take your time and plan your strategy.
Sit down and have fun with the adventurous Wes, the perky Starla, the dastardly Chuckles, and others as they challenge you on five skill levels. Whether you are an expert or beginner, their knowledge of the game and never-ending charms will keep you entertained for years to come!
A classic and free football management sim game
Championship Manager: Season 01/02 is a free football management simulation video game that lets you play as a reliable team manager and coach. Developed by Sports Interactive and published by Eidos Interactive, this sports game is under the Championship Manager series released for PC and Xbox. Eventually, this game became a freeware title years later available for free at the publisher’s website. Championship Manager: Season 01/02 lets you take charge of any football club. It also allows you to participate in any of the 100 leagues taking place across 27 countries. There’s an active online community maintaining the game, which provides patches and data updates.
Still going strong
The Championship Manager is a series of football management simulation video games similar to Football Manager. Instead of directly controlling a football player during matches, you get to oversee the logistics concerning the football club. From training and handling finances to set up matches and fan signing events, managing a team, and helping them rise to fame is just as important and can be just as challenging. Championship Manager has spawned numerous titles, which includes Championship Manager: Season 01/02.
Unlike the other games, this one had no new playable leagues added—until a patch for South Korea’s K-League was added—so the mechanics were polished more. New features have been added to this title, as well, such as the new EU regulated transfer system and a new attribute-masking mode—or a “fog of war”—that lets you only see information about football players you would know about in real life. The game also lets you send players away for surgery, make player notes and comparison—plus, there are fictional characters available.
Interaction with the media and board has been improved, as well. After the game became free to download, its online community endeavored to provide patches and data updates. They’ve added the abilities to change game values, commentary speed, colored attributes, the start year, and the like. Unfortunately, the graphics hadn’t been improved much—you’ll still be looking at a bunch of text—but the amount of support for this game more than makes up for it.
Lots of online updates and patches available
Community support is still strong
Polished game mechanics
Graphics weren’t improved
Only one new league added