Long Live the King
Chess sets are beautiful – but they can be mighty expensive. When you play chess online, not only is it free to play, no purchase necessary, but you have entire worlds to use between. There are plenty of 3D chess sets to choose from: if you're looking for gloss and style, black & white Chess 3D is just the ticket, or go with wood-board version of Chess 3D where you sit behind a fine-grained board so realistic you can smell the pine.
However, perhaps you want a little less realism when you play online. There are also plenty of non-3D options too, like the charmingly basic and 2D Chess Strategy or Easy Chess and the ultra-modern Flash Chess 2. Or take the historic route with Chinese Chess (not to be confused with Chinese Checkers!), or the fantasy route with Knight's Quest. Or try out Tomb Chess for a creepy graveyard twist. Of course 3D worlds offer plenty of realism, but when you play sci-fi themed chess games like Robo Chess, you'll be immersing yourself in fun!
Online, you can really test your mettle by playing chess against a computer. But whether you want to play chess games vs your computer or vs another live player, ultimately you're pitting your wits against yourself. We play chess to become better strategists and learn to think ahead a few steps in a complicated system of moves. On the computer, chess school is always open.
3D chess games await, alongside ultra-modern and super-cartoon games. In every game your goal is the same: trap the other player's king while keeping yours out of check mate. Your move.