Welcome to FlashChess.net, your place to play chess online. We offer several flash chess games. Each of the games can be played right on your computer. These games will play on Windows powered PC, Macintosh and Linux based computers. You can play these games on Android devices and smart phone that are flash compatible.

  • Chess Against A Computer This is the most common game format for flash chess games. It is a one player game where you compete against a computer player. Games very as to difficulty and optional features.
  • Two Player Chess A basic board and pieces. It is always easier to play online verses digging out and setting up the board. Let the computer do the work while you and a friend play the game against each other.
  • Spark Chess A very popular flash chess game. A favorite of many people across the globe.

With all the great options of chess games to play, you are sure to find a winner. If you are new to the game check out our chess pieces guide to learn the movement of the pieces. If you are new to the game, start at an easy level and work your way up. If you are already a master, give the hard levels a spin and see if you are correct.


Chess Maniac

The Chess Maniac game is played on a square checkered chessboard with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight square. It is a simple, standard rules chess game. The only rule missing is En-Passant. At the start, each player (one controlling the white pieces, the other controlling the black pieces) controls sixteen pieces: one king, one […]


Chess Maniac

Spark Chess

One of the coolest Flash Chess games around is Spark Chess. It is a great game, with 3 free levels and one advanced level if you would like to purchase the game. The graphics are awesome, a nice clean chess layout with sharp looking chess pieces. This game will help you sharpen your game and […]


Spark Chess

Two Person Chess

This is a two person chess game. It is played on one computer, with one mouse and you just take turns. It is a lot of fun, and a whole bunch easier then setting up the game to play. One person could use this game to play against themselves to hone in on their game […]


Two Person Chess