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Description

Gomoku, also called Gobang or Five in a Row, is an abstract strategy board game. It is traditionally played with Go pieces (black and white stones) on a Go board, using 15×15 of the 19×19 grid intersections.[1] Because pieces are not moved or removed from the board, Gomoku may also be played as a paper and pencil game. The game is known in several countries under different names. Players alternate turns placing a stone of their color on an empty intersection. The winner is the first player to form an unbroken chain of five stones horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. It originated in Japan during the Heian period[citation needed]. The name "Gomoku" is from the Japanese language, in which it is referred to as gomokunarabe (五目並べ). Go means five, moku is a counter word for pieces and narabe means line-up. The game is also popular in Korea, where it is called omok (오목 [五目]) which has the same structure and origin as the Japanese name. The Japanese call this game Go-moku (five stones). In the nineteenth century, the game was introduced to Britain where it was known as Go Bang, said to be a corruption of the Japanese word goban, said to be adopted from Chinese k'i pan (qí pán) "chess-board."[2]

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Features

  • Free-style gomoku

Additional information

Published by

FutureCent

Copyright

Copyright@ 尧俊峰

Developed by

mr.yaojunfeng@outlook.com Happy Dream Dev Studio

Release date

3/29/2018

Approximate size

42.89 MB

Age rating

For all ages


This app can

Use barcode scanners and magnetic card readers
Access your home or work networks
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
Access your Internet connection
backgroundMediaPlayback
userDataTasks
Use your pictures library

Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)
中文(中国)
中文(台灣)

Publisher Info

Happy Gomoku support



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