Ingenuware, Ltd. Releases Free Chess Program

12:00pm EDT November 8, 1999, Beaver Falls, PA - Ingenuware, Ltd. released a new version of their free, Internet enabled chess game today, called "I-Chess".  The new version will be accompanied by a marketing campaign focused on the benefits of using their flagship development tools product, ImpulseStudio, which this new version of I-Chess was re-written with.  Ingenuware hopes to achieve higher general market recognition for ImpulseStudio as a result of this move.  "As a tools vendor, we need to provide great examples of what our development products can do, and I-Chess accomplishes just that.  Also, the tools vendor role [Ingenuware's current role] deals with a substantially smaller market than the general software and [software] gaming industries... we also want to position ourselves more generally so we can easily branch out into other software areas, with recognition from previous products, such as I-Chess, already carrying us part of the way.", said Ingenuware's President, Robert Ryniak.

Ingenuware's free chess game, "I-Chess", was developed using Visual Basic, the world's most widely used programming language for the Windows platform.  I-Chess was built also using Ingenuware's own ImpulseStudio Visual Basic add-in product.  The company hopes I-Chess will serve as an example for developers of what can be achieved with their flagship product.  I-Chess will be available for download from Ingenuware's own web site (, as well as through C-Net's web mega-site.

Ingenuware, Ltd. is a privately held Pennsylvania Limited Liability Company.  Ingenious Software for Ingenious People™.

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