Go/Weiqi/Baduk games for MSX

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Par Skyblasc

Expert (82)

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19-01-2009, 14:37

B
... another interesting sidenote, y'all know that Nintendo started off with producing handmade hanafuda cards, right? Smile

Yes, I own one of the Nintendo Hanafuda decks Cool ( not rare items whatsoever, they are still produced by Nintendo as other classic board and card games and can easily be found in Japan)

Par SooJo

Supporter (4)

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01-03-2016, 14:31

There IS a GO game for MSX. Produced by Comtec in 1984 and presented by Toshiba.

Par Manuel

Ascended (18393)

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01-03-2016, 23:32

I've never seen a real Go game for MSX... any links to screenshots/info/videos?

Par anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

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01-03-2016, 23:44

How about these ones?
http://www.generation-msx.nl/software/magicsoft/gokiburi-dai...
http://www.generation-msx.nl/software/mighty-mycom-system/ga...
Or is it another type of game? Is it like this?
http://www.vizzed.com/games/hafanuda-koi-koi-gostop-godori-m...

(on a Dutch sidenote, "Gostop Godori" always sounded to me like you have to lead your kids past a crossing with a badly calibrated traffic light. "Go! Stop! Goddorie!" ;) )

Par ricbit

Champion (438)

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02-03-2016, 01:33

Gomoku Narabe is not Go, it's Gomoku Narabe. A different game played in the same board. Baduk School is Go, but not an AI engine, just tsumegos (learning exercises).

I've written a Go AI in the past, but the technique I used is highly non-portable to MSX.

https://github.com/ricbit/ricbot

Par RetroTechie

Paragon (1563)

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02-03-2016, 07:01

ricbit wrote:

Gomoku Narabe is not Go, it's Gomoku Narabe. A different game played in the same board.

Just tried that .rom, and indeed it's a kind of 4-in-a-row. Not regular Go.

Quote:

I've written a Go AI in the past, but the technique I used is highly non-portable to MSX.

Regardless... I'd expect an MSX lacks the raw horsepower to put even a dent in my -very- modest Go skills... LOL!

Par pitpan

Prophet (3145)

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02-03-2016, 10:58

So far, the only game that I have been able to locate is "Tsumego 120", with 120 life and death go problems. It is a megaROM coded in BASIC (!) by Champion Soft. It is wrongly labeled as "Tumego" in Generation MSX: http://www.generation-msx.nl/software/champion-soft/tumego-1...

And you also have an opensource fully functional board coded by myself here: http://karoshi.auic.es/index.php/topic,1982.0.html

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