Go-Moku (Windows)

Go-Moku Windows The game starts with an empty 10x10 board but other options are available via the menu bar


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Go Moku is a single player implementation of the classic board game where players strive to be the first to place five stones in a row.

This is a single player game in which the player plays against the computer. The computer's strength can be varied as can the time the AI opponent is allowed to think. There are eight game variants available, these are regular played on a 10x10 board, a 15x15 board, a 19x19 board, a 19x19 board against two AI players, a 19x19 board where the aim is to get six in a row, Ninuki-Renju on a 15x15 board, Ninuki-Renju on a 19x19 board and Ninuki-Renju on a 19x19 board against two AI players.
The Ninuki-Renju game variant differs from standard Go Moku in that if a player's piece is places so that it sandwiches two opponent pieces with another of their pieces, the two opponent pieces are captured. A player can win the game either by placing five stones in a row or by capturing five pairs of their opponent's stones.

The game is mouse controlled, has optional music and sound effects plus an internet play option. The game plays in a window which changes size depending on the board being used. There is a save game feature and the game keeps track of the moves played and has the option to print these.


Go-Moku Windows The start of a three player game
Go-Moku Windows There's a comprehensive user guide available via the menu bar, it opens in a new window
Go-Moku Windows The game records the moves made, there is an option to print these
Go-Moku Windows The game starts with an empty 10x10 board but other options are available via the menu bar

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piltdown_man (151727) added Go-Moku (Windows) on Jun 12, 2016