What does the child get?
Frequently Asked Questions
Complete all minigames on the map (preferably in order) and return to the Intelligym entrance.
Try different ways of passing the game and, if it still doesn’t work, write to us.
2 - statue of the white king, doves
3 - the top of the volcano - the mini-game "Sumo" starts
4 - First and second towers
5 - The doors to the tower - the "Spiders" mini-game starts
6 - mouse cage, trap, black castle doors
7 - factory - the mini-game "Toilets" starts (which starts if you pull the string)
8 - tree branches, mouse under the bridge, castle
9 - gate - the mini-game "Collecting flowers" starts
10 - cows, bird, mouse
11 - the eyes of horses, a barrier - the mini-eagle "horse riding" starts (which starts if you click on the horse in the lower right corner)
12 - an index stone - the mini game "Pawn Training" starts (to listen to the rules, press the bottom of the house in the order of numbering)
13 - no hidden objects
14 - end of warm-up.
The gate is a transition to the Chess Hall training center. It opens if all 6 mini-games from the warm-up are played at least once. Unfinished games are shown on the map in black and white. The transition to the map is carried out through the crown icon in the upper right corner.
15.1 - door to the mouse hole
15.2 - tennis racket, rings
15.3 - cabinet on the wall
15.4 - crown - the game "Training of Kings" starts
15.5 - punching bag - the game "Rook Training" starts
16.1 - window - the game "Training for pawns" starts
16.2 - toilet bowl - the game "Bishop training" starts
16.3 - Statue of Liberty - the game "Queen training" starts
16.4 - toy horse - the game "training for horses" starts
16.5 - football field
17.1 - photo of the black king
17.2 - frog
17.3 - side with number 1 - the game "start position" starts
18.1 - window - the game "Step mate" starts
18.2 - leaf on the wall - Draw explanation
18.3 - lifebuoy, inflatable dolphin, duck
18.4 - fan - the game "Castling" starts
18.5 - grate in the floor - the game "Checkmate" starts
19.1 - boxing gloves
19.2 - punching bag - the game "Speed Fight" starts
19.3 - pedestal
19.4 - the king on the bicycle - the game "checkmate problems" starts
20.1 - lamp
20.2 - leaf on the wall
20.3 - vending machine - the game "Slot machine" starts (if all the previous games are played, then one victory is enough here and you can go to the control weighing)
What is Fritz & Chesster?
The first desktop version of Fritz & Chesster was released in 2002 in Germany, with the original name Fritz & Fertig. Since then, it has captured the imaginations of millions of children and won international awards.
We are parents and chess enthusiasts, whose kids have come to love chess, too, thanks to the original Fritz & Chesster game. Since we have seen first-hand the positive impact that Fritz & Chesster can have on a child’s development, we decided to bring the program into the modern day. By transporting it to digital devices, we’re hoping to make Fritz & Chesster available to new generations of children.
Fritz & Chesster won’t just keep your child occupied. It will also help them to develop crucial skills and could reveal hidden talents at a young age. After just a few weeks, your child will have learned all the rules of chess, including pawn moves, castling rules, stalemate, and more, and will even start to understand the strategies and tactics involved!
"I want more! Works exactly like the PC version I had for my kids. Perfect for children starting to learn how to play chess. One problem remains: WHEN IS FRITZ AND CHESSTER 2 being released?!? My son is done and wants more!"
"Awesome I had Fritz and Chester pt. II when I was younger as a computer game and I loved it, I really hope y’all come out with chess in the black castle on the App Store bc I would love to play it. This game settled my desire to play the second one for a little tho"
"Excellent game for young players! We have had this game for less than a week, and like a previous review, my 8 year-old daughter absolutely loves it. The school my daughter is attending this fall requires all of the children to play chess for 30 minutes or so prior to instruction. I was a little nervous of how to possibly teach her, since I have only played sparingly throughout my life. I know the basic moves, and not much more. Not ever touching a chess piece before, she learned all of the basics of the game in less than 2 days. She played for several hours at a time, and it was hard to get her off the computer."
"Great Program that could use an update. The program introduces chess in a stepwise fashion within the framework of a story involving protagonists (Fritz, Chesster, and Bianca) and their rival the King Black. At each stage, learning is reinforced with a series of rewards and intermediate goals. These rewards keep children enthusiastic and motivated through what can be a very lengthy learning process."
"Many of the reviews claim to have had a lot of problems. I experienced none of those problems. It’s a great game! I used to play it when I was younger and recently redownloaded it for nostalgic purposes. It’s just like I remembered it! Amazingggg"
"Daughter spends quality time on this learning software. She learns without realizing she is learning. She has worked her way through parts one thru three. Won a few chess competitions."
We are open to new ideas for constructive collaboration. We believe that together, we can help more children find their way to chess. To discuss the potential for future cooperation, simply fill out the form on the right and we’ll be in touch.
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Why chess for Children?
Chess is one of the most difficult board games there is. Challenge your child’s brain in a way that’s fun for them, and watch them develop crucial life skills way ahead of time.MORE