Go is a board game which is popular in many Asian countries which originated in ancient China before 500 BC. It is played on a 19i—19 rectilinear grid by alternately placing black and white stones on the vacant intersections. When a stone or a group of stones is tightly surrounded by stones of the opposing color it is captured and removed.
The objective is to control a larger territory by placing one's stones so the opponent cannot be captured. The game ends when neither side can increase its territory or reduce its opponent's. GNU Go is the computer version of the board game while PSPGGo! by Zx is the PSP version of GNU Go.
Zx has released PSPGGo! v.1.02 and i has the following changelog:
* Two new game modes: Computer vs Computer and Human vs Human
* Added status display
* Change Komi and Level options
* Undo/Forward feature
* Resign command
* Fixed several bugs
Unzip the zip file, and copy the content of the directory FV2.x or FW1.5 (depending on the version) on the PSP/Game directory It has been developed on Linux for Firmware 1.5
* Cross: Valid
* Circle: Pass
* L-Trigger: First move
* R-Trigger: Last move
* Square: Undo/Back move
* Triangle: Next move
* Cursor: Move on the board
* Analog: Move on the board
* Select: PSPGGO menu
Please read the readme file before installing this app. It contains more info and helpful hints on how to play this game.
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