Alternatives to Scid vs. PC for all platforms with any license

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  • XBoard icon

    XBoard

    XBoard, also known as WinBoard on Microsoft operating systems, is a free graphical user interface client developed by Tim Mann that is compatible with various chess...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux PortableApps.com

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    Chessmaster

    Chessmaster is a chess playing computer game series which is now owned and developed by Ubisoft. It is the best-selling chess franchise in history, with more than five...

    Commercial Windows

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    Arena

    Arena is a FREE available Graphical User Interface (GUI) for chess programs (engines) by Martin Blume. Arena runs on Win95, NT4 or higher Microsoft OS versions. Arena is...

    Free Windows Linux

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    Lucas Chess

    The aim is to play chess against the computer with increasing levels of difficulty and with a limited number of hints that are given by a chess tutor. Also included are...

    Free Open Source Windows PortableApps.com

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    Tarrasch Chess GUI

    Tarrasch is a flexible, minimalist, and easy to use chess GUI. It is ideal for playing against and training with chess engines. Tarrasch has a built in engine but can...

    Free Windows

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    ChessX

    ChessX is an Open Source chess database. With ChessX you can operate on your collection of chess games in many ways: browse, edit, add, organize, analyze, etc.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    Brutal Chess

    Brutal Chess features full 3D graphics, an advanced particle engine, and several different levels of intelligent AI.

    Free Open Source Windows PortableApps.com

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    Shredder Chess

    The Shredder chess programs by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen provide a game playing and analysis tool for everybody and are accepted as one of the best chess programs of the...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Windows Mobile Android iPhone Java Mobile ... iPad

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  • Fritz icon

    Fritz

    Fritz is the world’s most popular chess program, developed by ChessBase, “the world's leading chess software company” (Washington Post). Whether you are a beginner...

    Commercial Windows

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    ChessDB

    ChessDB - a free Chess database for Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and UNIX - like ChessBase , but better.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

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  • Chess Assistant

    Chess Assistant 13 Houdini 3 is a unique tool for managing chess games and databases, playing chess online, analyzing games, or playing chess against the computer. Chess...

    Commercial Windows

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    Pure Chess

    Experience one of the oldest known boardgames on the advanced technology of today. With ultra-realistic and unparalleled beautiful visuals you can almost reach out and...

    Freemium Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    Chess Insight

    "Chess Insight" - the modern chess database for macOS. In "Chess Insight", you can create chess databases to keep your chess games in order and...

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac

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    3D Super Chess

    3D Super Chess offers a beautiful and customizable chess experience featuring both 2D and 3D environments. Play against a challenging virtual opponent or friends in PvP...

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac

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