ChessNET If you're looking for an open homebrew game of chess on your DS, you've come to the right place. CYBER_Aeon has released v1.0.2 of ChessNET, a homebrew chess game on your DS which supports online play-by-mail gameplay.
Here's what CYBER_Aeon has listed as changes to the program:
* Added a custom icon to the ROM. * Added account handles and passwords. * Added account registration. * Added support for Castling. * Added support for En Passant. * Added support for 50 Move Rule. * Added status screen while the DS downloads a game. * Fixed a buffering error in the Client POST Handler. * Fixed checkmate detection. [No more victory on check. ;] * Completed the About menu option. * Local save games show when the last move occured. * Added screens after winning or losing a match. * Touched up the Online Games screen. * Touched up the Find Opponent screen.
There is an unfortunate side-effect of updating, if you happen to have an earlier version of ChessNET:
Sadly, because of the massive amount of data structure and protocol changes, the game server has to be reset. But thanks to the new configuration, this should be the last time that ever has to happen. From now on, an upgrade will merely require you to download a new copy of the ChessNET client.
This update will also reset any local games you were playing. Finish them first if you don't want to lose them.
That being said, we certainly think the benefits outweigh the downsides. For more information, feel free to visit the source link to know more about the program.
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