Play Chess: Fritz 8

Mandell, Phyllis Levy; Wilson, Brian E.
January 2004
School Library Journal;Jan2004, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p74
Entertainment Review
Reviews the computer game Play Chess: Fritz 8, which was released by Viva Media.


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