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SparkChess is a game of chess that everyone can enjoy!

Official site: SparkChess.com
Author: Armand Niculescu
Support: Liviu Niculescu
Additional art: Mihai Radu
Multiplayer: Union Platform

Some annotated historical games courtesy of Jan van Reek

Copyright ©2002-2020 Armand Niculescu / Media Division srl. All rights reserved.
Sparkchess is Registered Trademark of Armand Niculescu

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