Microgo1 (Commodore 64)

Microgo1 Commodore 64 Title screen.


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Microgo1 is an early computer adaption of the classic Chinese board game known best under the name Go. The board comes in a smaller 9x9 layout instead of the normal 19x19 layout. You can choose from playing against a computer or against another human player or watch a short tutorial which shows how to play the game. You can choose from several difficulty levels, resulting in a different handicap (the human or computer player starts with one or more stones already on the board). The NES/Famicom version of the game, released under the title Igo: Kyū Roban Taikyoku also features little ninja mascots tossing the "stones" on the board.


Microgo1 Commodore 64 Main options.
Microgo1 Commodore 64 Title screen.
Microgo1 Commodore 64 Tutorial.
Microgo1 Commodore 64 Options screen.

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Alternate Titles

  • "囲碁 九路盤対局" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Igo: Kyū Roban Taikyoku" -- Japanese title

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Teran (6873) added Microgo1 (Commodore 64) on Feb 14, 2015
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