Orneta Go for Smartphone 2002
|Op. System:||Windows CE, Pocket PC|
|File size:||175 KB|
Publisher description for Orneta Go for Smartphone 2002
Orneta Go is the classic game of Go for your Windows Mobile based Smartphone. The game of Go was originally created in China between 3,000 and 4,000 years ago. Go is the oldest game that is still played in its original form. The game is still played by millions in Asia, as well as the rest of the world. Now you can play Go directly upon your Windows Mobile based Smartphone. Go brought to Japan by Buddhist priests, around 1,300 years ago. Studied by Japan's warrior class, Go techniques and strategies began to be passed down much like the techniques of sword-making and the samurai code. Go has 180 white stones, and 181 black stones. The game board consists of 19 by 19 squares, with 361 intersections. The stones are placed on the intersections, not inside the squares. When a piece is placed on the board it must be placed on an intersection, but my be inside the board, at an edge, or at a corner. There will be four, three or two lines touching the piece. A piece is captured when no lines are touching the piece. When a piece touches another of the same color, they form a group. A group has more lines touching than a single piece can have. To capture a group, again no lines much touch the group.