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'''Tsuushin Taikyoku: World Chess''' is a discontinued Japan-only [[WiiWare]] game. Players were able to do chess battles online, using [[Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection]], before the service was terminated.
 
'''Tsuushin Taikyoku: World Chess''' is a discontinued Japan-only [[WiiWare]] game. Players were able to do chess battles online, using [[Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection]], before the service was terminated.
  
The game was a downloadable version of [[Wii Chess]] (a game previously only released in Europe), and was marketed as part of the [[Tsuushin Taikyoku series]]. World Chess can also do chess battles with Wii Chess.
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The game was a downloadable version of [[Wii Chess]] (a game previously only released in Europe), and was marketed as part of the [[Tsuushin Taikyoku series]]. World Chess could also do chess battles with Wii Chess.
 
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Revision as of 16:23, 13 January 2020

Tsuushin Taikyoku: World Chess
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Developer(s): Nintendo Software Planning & Development
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: WiiWare
Category:
Players:
Predecessor: Tsuushin Taikyoku: Igo Dojo 2700-Mon, directly: Wii Chess
Successor:
Copyrights: ©
Pricing
Release dates
Japan:

September 30, 2008

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Tsuushin Taikyoku: World Chess is a discontinued Japan-only WiiWare game. Players were able to do chess battles online, using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, before the service was terminated.

The game was a downloadable version of Wii Chess (a game previously only released in Europe), and was marketed as part of the Tsuushin Taikyoku series. World Chess could also do chess battles with Wii Chess.

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