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How to play Go "Beginner's Go" for iPhone & iPad Games on Strategy 1.0.2

How to play Go "Beginner's Go" is an apps for Strategy on iPhone & iPad Games, by UNBALANCE Corporation. Ishikura Noboru is a regular lecturer on the Japan Broadcasting Corporation's weekly TV go program.

Publisher:
UNBALANCE Corporation
Language:
Version:
1.0.2
Run on OS:
Multiple OS
License:
Commercial
Price:
$2.99
File type:
Unknow
File size:
Unknown
Updated on:
Jul 26, 2015
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Rating:
Softmenu rating: 6/10

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Ishikura Noboru is a regular lecturer on the Japan Broadcasting Corporation's weekly TV go program. He is noted for his easy-to-understand explanations.
Now his original go course is avilable on iPhone.

By studying his explanations and the problems he presents, you will quickly learn to play go.

Beginner's Go has five special features.

1. Easy-to-understand explanations
These are Ishikura's original explanations.

2. Easy-to-follow diagrams.
The moves are smoothly played out on attractive graphics.

3. Suited for anyone who wants to learn how to play go
An easy-to-understand course for all beginners

4.Three steps to understanding go
Explanations, practice, and problem-solving will hammer home the basics of the game.

5. An easy-to-understand glossary of go terms.
The convenience of having the most important go terms gathered in one place.
Contents of Beginner's Go

Explanations:
What is go?
The rules
After you've learned the rules -- 9x9-board games
After you've learned the rules -- 19x19-board games

Problems:
Capturing stones
Exploiting defects in your opponent's territory
Linking up stones
Capturing races
Life and death

Supported Operating System:

Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later

Running requirements

Need not extra requirement except the OS environments mentioned above.

Limitations

Please check the license above, if this is a freeware, it will be no limitation, else it may have the days or times limitation, please read the specifications attached with the download file carefully.

Tested virus free - How to play Go "Beginner's Go" has been tested to be a safe app on Jul 26, 2015.

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