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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.

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Microgo1 Commodore 64 Title screen.
Microgo1 Commodore 64 Main options.
Microgo1 Commodore 64 During a game.
Microgo1 NES In the end the CPU will win... again.

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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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Computer and Video Games (CVG) BBC Micro Jan, 1985 32 out of 40 80

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Contributed to by Teran (6871)