Learn about the history of the best Chess Sets with ChessSetArt

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Date: February 21, 2013 Review by: iPhomemaniac

Seller: Prairie Media, Inc. View More By This Developer

Prairie Media Inc. has announced about the recent release of the ChessSetArt for the iPhone, iPod and iPad devices running on iOS 5.0 or later.

This is absolutely unique app as it combines 25 short documentaries abou the best Chess Sets ever created in the history of mankind. Many well know Chess Sets experts take part in the discussion of  the art value and political history of the sets, among them are Susan Polgar, the world’s first female Grandmaster; Sarah Coffin, Curator of the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum; Graham Beal, Director of the Detroit Institute of Arts; and the collectors themselves, Dr. George and Vivian Dean.

ChessSetArt is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category for $9.99

ChessSetArt features comprehensive coverage of filmed mini-documentaries of 25 of the world’s greatest chess sets ever created in the history of mankind. Each short film tells story of a particular set so users can get deep knowledge of the Chess Sets history, its evolution and sets design development beginning from the 16th century till our days.

Users can choose whether to watch all documentaries or choose movie about individual set. App represents a perfect guide on the Chess Sets history as well as art transformation of Chess design throughout the centuries.

ChessSetArt is ideal for a wide range of users including students, teachers, and even those who have never played chess. Requiring no Internet connection, app provides the curious reader with thousands of fascinating facts, chess sets, ideas, views, documents, and videos.

Category: Education
Type: Universal App
Seller: Prairie Media, Inc. View More By This Developer

Price for iPhone: $9.99 (As of: February 21, 2013 Report)
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Price for iPad: Above $9.99 (As of: February 21, 2013 Report)
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  • Lawrence Marshall

    As writer/editor/co-producer of this app, I sincerely appreciate this positive review. Wanted to let everyone know that the price of the app is $9.99 (dropped from $17.99).

    • Lawrence Marshall

      …and by the way, that’s not my picture by the post! Have no idea who that is…