>From my inbox.

I was a tester for this game, and it is totally blind friendly, with some 
features that beginners will appreciate.  Here are the ratings of the skill 

Beginner: 600
Novice: 1000
Intermediate: 1400
Advanced: 1900
Expert: 2300

Give it a try and see what you think?  The game is free of charge.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Spoonbill Software - Support" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <undisclosed-recipients:>
Sent: Sunday, September 21, 2008 1:55 AM
Subject: Announcing the release of Blind Gamers Chess Challenge

> Hi,
> You are receiving this email because you have previously requested a game 
> from Spoonbill Software's Blind Gamers series. If you do not want to 
> receive notification of new games, reply to this email and ask to be 
> removed from my notification list.
> You can read all about the new game by visiting the blind gamers page at:
> www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/blindgamers.htm
> BG Chess Challenge runs in three different modes: Blind accessible, Vision 
> impaired and Sighted, so it is suitable for all levels of visual acuity. 
> It is also suitable for beginners as well as experienced chess players. A 
> separate Word document explains how to play chess, if you have never 
> played before or need to brush up on the rules and you can set the 
> computer player's skill level anywhere between Novice and Expert, so that 
> you can be ensured of a challenging game regardless of your own skill 
> level. In blind mode, graphics are still provided so that sighted spouses 
> can play along with their blind partners. As with all Spoonbill Software's 
> accessible games, it is completely self voicing. You will only need your 
> screen reader to read the on-line help, or the separate How To Play Chess 
> document.
> BG Chess Challenge is the fourteenth game in the Blind Gamers series of 
> accessible games and is free for the asking. Just reply to this email 
> requesting BG Chess Challenge and stating your full name and country of 
> residence. Only people who have kept me up to date with their latest email 
> address will be able to be notified of new games. Why not send for a copy 
> today, even if you've never played before, and take up the chess 
> challenge?
> Regards
> Ian Humphreys
> Spoonbill Software
> Albany, Western Australia 

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