Clueless Chess

  • released: 1996
  • developed by: –
  • genre: strategy
  • categories: board game, chess
  • multiplayer: no
  • size: 46kB
  • addictiveness level: 3/5
  • added: 30.4. 2015

Many chess-playing programs are intimidating for beginners, even at the easiest level, because they have a large opening book and can calculate dangerous combinations far beyond the analytic powers of most beginners.


At its basic level, CLUELESS has absolutely no tactical or strategic sense, and no opening library. CLUELESS simply selects a move at random from the universe of legal moves. This makes it easy to beat, although it can still snap up the occasional hung piece and make surprisingly agressive raids.