Gaming clock intended primarily for chess and go
Ghronos is a gaming clock mostly intended for chess and go. Features include hard button control for that "real chess clock" feel, selectable timing styles including Fischer and delay timing for chess, Canadian and Japanese byo-yomi timing for go, a standard countdown style, "black moves first" and "white moves first" options, sequential and per-player move counting, optional sound, the ability to pause, an easy-to-read display (with big numbers), simple configuration, and protection against accidental misconfiguration during game play.
released on 13 March 2005
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