System requirements: IBM-PC or compatible, Pentium or faster, Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, XP, or 2000, 64

MB main memory. 32 MB hard disk.
Version 11 Features:
* Great graphics. Beautiful and adjustable 3-D slate and clamshell stones with shadows, and realistic wood

grain. You can rotate the board, or add coordinates. Won the "Best Design" award at the 1991 World

Computer Go Championship.
* Sound. Realistic clicks and capture sounds, and sounds for pass, IGS match, etc.
* Strong go player. 10 levels of play, from about 20 Kyu to about 8 kyu. 1998 World Computer Go

* Go tutorial. Over 100 screens of text, examples, and simple problems teach you the rules, elementary

tactics and strategies.
* Go problems. Over 2000 go problems for all levels of player. The program selects problems for you based

on your strength, and tracks your strength as you solve them. Problems appear in different orientations and

colors to aid learning. Go problems can be upated over the internet, and it is easy for you to add additional

problems or problem sets.
* Play go on the Internet. An Internet Go Server is built in so you can play go on the internet with the

familiar Many Faces interface, and use its powerful editing features to comment your games.
* Move suggestions. At each move it can show suggestions for next move, by category (such as attacking,

invading, endgame, etc). Can also show liberty counts and/or group strengths for all groups. The computer

can show its lookahead while it is thinking.
* Game Score Graph. Graph your score at each move. Click on a move to go to that position.
* Move hints. Suggests your best move.
* Move explanations. Can explain why it made a move or suggested a move for you.
* Computer solving of go problems. The computer can solve life and death problems in yor games to help

you improve.
* Thousands of games to play through. Hundreds of professional games with commentary. About a

thousand uncommented professional game records, organized by tournament. About a thousand

commented amateur games from the Go Teaching Ladder. Over 4,000 uncommented very strong amateur

* Powerful Game Editor. Can present for review any game in the standard Ishi format (.go) or the popular

Smart Game Format (.sgf). When reviewing a game you can try to guess the next move. A wide variety of

marks are supported. You can add commentary or variations. Use ctrl-click to move directly to any move in

the game. Insert, delete, or drag stones to new positions. Great for recording your own games for later

Can play and score using all major rule sets (Japanese, Chinese, GOE, and American).
Can play either color, or serve as an electronic go board for two people.
Can give or receive a handicap.
* Fuseki Libraries. Libraries of opening sequences on the whole board from professional games. At each

position, shows the popularity of each next move. Two libraries are included, one which includes all moves

from about 5700 professional games, and one which includes an additional 29,000 strong amateur games.
* Joseki Tutor. Over 45,000 move library of standard corner sequences is available for browsing or testing.

Includes joseki, near-joseki, trick plays, and responses to many bad moves. Use it to look up variations, or

to test your joseki knowledge.
* Play by modem. Uses the Computer Go standard modem protocol for play with any other go program that

supports this protocol. Either player can make moves for either color,allowing discussion or teaching

games. Players can type messages to each other during the game.
* Printing of go diagrams or full games with numbered moves.
* On-line manual with information on history, tournaments, professionals, etc.

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