Titus Announces Virtual Kasparov for GBA

28 September 2001

GAME BOY ADVANCES TO GRAND MASTER

TITUS ANNOUNCE THE RELEASE OF VIRTUAL
KASPAROV FOR GBA

In a move set to have kings and queens
running for their castles and knights, Titus has announced the release of
Virtual Kasparov for Game Boy Advance as January 2002.

Featuring a total of 62 chess games, Virtual
Kasparov showcases a highly complex chess engine designed by the authors of the
renowned PC program Virtual Chess as well as an opening repertoire from the
greatest and most renowned chess player ever, Garry Kasparov.

Virtual Kasparov has been designed to appeal
to all levels of player from beginner to Grand Master with a total of 50 chess
tutorial modules. To keep single players ‘hooked’ there are 31 unique opponents,
each with individual personalities, and an added ‘story mode’ with bonuses to
unlock new opponents, areas and games. Furthermore, to checkmate even the most
ardent chess fan, Virtual Kasparov includes a two player link with single pack
mode. If time is of the essence then the ‘quick start mode’ will allow players
to jump straight into a game and also offers the option to customize player
profiles.

With a whole army of exceptional ‘moves’,
Virtual Kasparov is guaranteed to give hours of pleasure and teach technical
chess knowledge and history to players from novice to expert.

Virtual Kasparov will be published by Titus
for the Game Boy Advance in January 2002, priced 24.99.