By Oliver Kennett, 16 March, 2016 Forum iOS and iPadOS Gaming Hi, I'm looking for a way of playing chess over IOS with my dad. I'm blind, he's not. I was wondering if there were any IOS chess games I could use to play him remotely? Thanks for any suggestions. Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Search this site for Chess Search this site for Chess-wise Online. Shredder Chess is another that I have used in the past, but I don’t think that it has multiplayer support. This may have changed. Chess-Wise Pro will work You can play over the Internet using FICS, which is an acronym for the Free Internet Chess Server. This is a feature of Chess-Wise Pro. It, like most apps that will work with Voice-Over, does permit you to set up a board position from which you can resume play. Also, if you want a more flexible chess app for improving your game and seeing your progress as you improve, try Shredder Chess. Start at the lowest level of skill. If you win, it will play stronger next time. If you lose, your rating, and it's next game, gets weaker. The ranges are from an ELO rating of 850 to 2,600. About the only thing that you cannot do is to set up a board position and play from that point. Chess For Mac In Game Center Hi, The Chess game that comes with Mac can use Game Center to arrange a game between you and another player. Chess 42 Hi, I'd recommend Chess 42. Here is the app link and it's fully accessible! The game is played through iMessage. I personally use it frequently! Chess42 - Chess for iMessage by Handheld Designer, LLC Hope this helps! Have a great day! JoAnn To add on to what others… To add on to what others have said, if you want a chess website where you can learn the game, replay old games and just have a fun time with everything chess, I recommend. Lichess.org. It's like the blind accessible version of Chess.com, since chess.com is inaccessible. On the whole I like: SHredder chess when I'm trying to practice on the iphone. Cheswise when I simply want to play with friends LiChes.org when I really want to geek out. HTH.