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Richard wrote on 2002-09-22 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Loved this game when I was younger and have Two versions of the Smess game
one that my Relitive gave me when he got bored with it and one I found at

a Yard Sale a few years back.  Sad to say that no one I hang with knows 
how to play the game or wants to learn.  I was wondering if there is a 
computer version of this game somewhere out there?  This is the Type of 
Computer Chess that would go great with some Computer Graphics.  Thanks
for
Having this Site did not know anyone else rememberd the game.

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