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ThinkGo allows you to learn and play the ancient game of Go against the computer, or another person. Support for different board sizes is included (9x9, 13x13 and 19x19). Learn to play with the included tutorial. Play against the computer using the built in handicapping system. ThinkGo scores the game using the Chinese scoring rules. Strong players may need to give the AI a handicap, or increase the AI thinking time. Updates: 1.3 - Stronger AI - Fixes scoring issue after human passes 1.2 - Game will end if human passes in winning or lost position - Games can now be resumed across sessions 1.1 - Fixes bugs
12/30/2012Only the free version is worth it.
11/26/2012Am I missing something, or is the ai in this game terribly stupid? No human would ever play as bad as the ai does. This game is useless for practice.
3/27/2012Pretty solid, a great way to learn the game.
9/28/2011Wow...finally a Go app for Windows Phone! I concur with many of the other comments and look forward to seeing future enhancements.
7/24/2011This seems like a fabulous way to get practice for beginner players. Considering how few Go apps are available for any platform, this was an easy purchase for me. The ability to player other phone users (especially if it supported cross platform play) would make it 5 stats and justify a higher price.
5/7/2011The mechanics are well executed, but the strength is very weak, and the CPU doesn't seem to know when to pass at the end game, so it just keeps filling up liberties until there are none left. Promising, but needs more work. One additional note: the hand icon tells the game that you believe the match is done, and to score at that point. There is no way to pass.
3/21/2011I finally found a Go app for WP7! The only issue i have is the chinese scoring, as i'm used to the japanese.
3/2/2011Your tutorial explanation of liberties says white when it means black