Pawn 3.10 is a small, simple chess game. It aims to hone the skills of those already competent in chess.
Pawn 3.10 is a very simple chess game. The board is tiny and it takes up very little space on your desktop; it’s just a plain, wooden chess board with black and white pieces. To move, you must use your mouse and click the piece that you want to move with; then, place the piece on the tile you wish to set it on.
Unless you use the “Help” option at the top of the small screen, there will be no hints given on which pieces move where. Though there are yellow squares that show you the A.I. enemy’s move that they have just played.
This little download seems to be solely for honing your chess skills. It seems like something a competitive chess player might have on their desktop at work, or perhaps a laptop that they carry around. If you’re purely addicted to chess, this may be a fun, easy download for you. But if you don’t know how to play, or what moves are allowed for each piece, then I wouldn’t recommend it. Even with the help book provided, there isn’t much teaching here.