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Commodore 64 Emulator Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988)

SCHACH V1 also known as Grobi 1.0 was written by Frank Rubner in 1988. The game has a nice looking chess board but very few configuration options.

The pieces can only be moved with a Joystick therefore unless you configure a Joystick to WinVice, you will not be able to play the game. You may want to try and configure the keys to act as a Joystick in WinVice.

Estimated rating for SCHACH V1 (GROBI 1.0) is 1100 - 1200 ELO (1300 - 1400 USCF).

Information

Commodore 64 Emulator - Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988)

Technical Specifications

Commodore 64 Emulator -  Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988)

Manufacturer

Programmer

Markt & Technik/64'er

Frank Rubner

Year:

1988

File Type:

T64

Download:

Schach V1

Language:

6502 Assembly

File Size:

14 KB

Media:

C64 Emulator

Processor Type

Speed

ROM

RAM

6502

8 Bit

1.023 MHz (NTSC)

20 KB

64 KB

Move Entry

Options Selection

Playing Levels

Opening Library

Take Back Moves

Joystick

Joystick

4

No

No

Position Setup/Ver.

Display Move Info/Analysis

Solve Mate

Save Game / Ponder

Hint/ Teach Mode

Yes / Yes

No / No

Yes

No / No

No / No

Active Level:

Level 1

Tournament Level:

Level 2

Infinite Level:9

Level 4

Game Information

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Active Games (30s:1 or 60/30 etc.)

Tournament Games (180s:1 or 40/2 hrs)

#

W

D

L

%

ELO

#

W

D

L

%

ELO

50

10

12

28

32.00

1126

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988) - Game Options

Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988) - Board Setup Screen

Commodore 64 Emulator -  Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988) Game Options

Commodore 64 Emulator -  Schach V1 (Grobi 1.0) (1988) Board Setup Screen

The Spacious-Mind Active game results (shown above) are from games played with a Commodore 64 or 128. Game Software was loaded from a PC into a Commodore 64/128 using C64TPC. C64TPC connects to the Commodore 64/128 via the Disk Drive Port and links to the PC with a Serial Cable. Playing SCHACH V1 (GROBI 1.0) with an Emulator should play exactly the same as using a Commodore 64 or 128.

Chess Game Examples

The game example below originates from the C64 Open Championship and was played with a real Commodore 64 or 128 with software loaded using C64TPC.

 
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