gGo is a Go board, SGF editor, client for the Internet Go Server, and an interface for playing with GNU Go. gGo is written in Java and available for Linux, OS X, OS/2 and Windows. gGo is distributed free of charge. Go is an ancient boardgame, very common in Japan, China, and Korea.
|Operating Systems||Windows OS/2 Mac OS X POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Java C++ Python|
|Translations||Dutch German Spanish French|
Release Notes: This release comes with a new tabbed user interface, which was a much asked-for request. Tabs can be torn off into standalone windows by double-clicking on the tab title, so the layout configuration is very flexible.
Release Notes: This release offers a better anti-escaper system, an improved match system, and a more reliable territory estimator. Additionally there was a new Czech translation and a lot of minor improvements.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new way to quickly start a new online game on IGS: "seek" a game, and the server will automatically find a proper opponent which matches your game condition setup and your playing strength. An autopackage has been added to the available installers.
Release Notes: This release added support for enhanced game matching, including automatic color and handicap setup and an alternative time system (Japanese byoyomi style). The GNU Go interface now supports resigning games (added in recent GNU Go release) and improved scoring after a game.
Release Notes: Support was added for vote games on IGS. Game reviews were improved. Many bugfixes were made. Mac OS X support was improved.