GOdroid

GOdroid


Strategic board game.

Play the ancient game Go (Weiqi, Igo, Baduk) against your computer.

User interface for GNU Go (v3.8 included).
GNU Go is an AI engine that plays Go at about 8 to 12 kyu strength.

Features:
- play against human or computer opponent
- choose from one of ten AI strengths
- different board sizes
- adjustable handicap and Komi
- Japanese and Chinese scoring rules
- one-touch board zoom
- support of move variations
- unlimited undo/redo of moves
- highlighting of last three moves
- visualization of opponents final territory
- auto save/load current game
- save/load games (sgf format)
- share current game (eg. via email attachment, google Drive, Bluetooth)
- open external .sgf files with 3rd party apps (eg. from email attachment, file manager/SD card, Internet browser)
- (English) description of game rules can be found in 'Menu -> Info -> Game rules'

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Help to translate GOdroid to your language: it's easy, just fill out a google docs/drive spreadsheet. Volunteers are very welcome.

Recent changes:
v1.3.9
- Support for more tablet devices
- Back key undoes last move
- Minor bug fixes
- Vietnamese translation added (Trí Quang @ Thư viện Cờ Vây)
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4.2
User ratings
3963
Installs
500,000+
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File size
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About GOdroid
Strategic board game.

Play the ancient game Go (Weiqi, Igo, Baduk) against your computer.

User interface for GNU Go (v3.8 included).
GNU Go is an AI engine that plays Go at about 8 to 12 kyu strength.

Features:
- play against human or computer opponent
- choose from one of ten AI strengths
- different board sizes
- adjustable handicap and Komi
- Japanese and Chinese scoring rules
- one-touch board zoom
- support of move variations
- unlimited undo/redo of moves
- highlighting of last three moves
- visualization of opponents final territory
- auto save/load current game
- save/load games (sgf format)
- share current game (eg. via email attachment, google Drive, Bluetooth)
- open external .sgf files with 3rd party apps (eg. from email attachment, file manager/SD card, Internet browser)
- (English) description of game rules can be found in 'Menu -> Info -> Game rules'

Not seeing this text in your native language?
Help to translate GOdroid to your language: it's easy, just fill out a google docs/drive spreadsheet. Volunteers are very welcome.

Recent changes:
v1.3.9
- Support for more tablet devices
- Back key undoes last move
- Minor bug fixes
- Vietnamese translation added (Trí Quang @ Thư viện Cờ Vây)

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User reviews of GOdroid
How do I change the rules? I absolutely HATE Japanese scoring system, and prefer the Chinese/ American one. Please can anybody tell me how to change the rules, thanks :)
Aug 18, 2012
It's really awesome. It allows you to use 19*19 for free unlike Go Free and there is a zoom option.
Oct 7, 2011
I've been using it for a while now, very good for a beginner like me who wants to learn I don't know what kind of player I'll become by playing only versus the same AI
Oct 28, 2010
Am using it to learn Go. Can win on the 9x9 when it spots me stones (at lowest level), but when we play straight up (me going first), I'm only winning about 33% of the time, so it is a pretty good challenge. Not to mention, this is just the 9x9 game at the lowest level. I get crushed with a larger board...
Jul 23, 2010
Excelent UI. Best GO app I found so far.
May 24, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Poor Would rate zero if lord Google allowed it.
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Find a bug. Excellent game. Find a following redo bug. 1) Load 9x9 game. 2) undo 11 times 3)Redo is failed.
A Google User
Jul 29, 2014
Excellent game (and free, to boot!)
A Google User
Jun 13, 2014
Very nice The only flaw is, I keep losing...
A Google User
May 19, 2014
Awesome Not a pro, but it whoops me every time on the easiest settings, so yeah... It's good!