3D PGN Player is a program that leverages 3D technology to present chess move sequences loaded from a PGN (Portable Game Notation) files on an animated chessboard. It may be used by people who want to improve their chess skills by analyzing games that were played by the professional chessplayers. Main features: parsing files in PGN format, pausing and resuming, changing camera position (even while playing), setting the move duration, setting the pause length between moves
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"This program seems to be a prebeta test."
Version: 3D PGN Player 1.0
It is free to download.
1) Standard PGN files will not load.
2) Graphics are horrible.
3) Help is non existent.
1) Screen controls for positioning are poor.
2) No desktop shortcut... the program file was found in a nameless subdirectory of c:/program files.
It is a waste of time to try this.
This is a great idea and I sincerely hope that the author can fix all the bugs and install a help file before uploading it again.