DS #1017: Asonde Igo ga Tsuyoku naru!! Ginsei Igo DS (Japan)

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    ^^ndsrelease-1678^^
     
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    What the heck is this?
     
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    lol thats exatly what i just thought when I saw the box
     
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    Much better than Pokemon!
     
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    This one is really cool, features 2000 go problems. Pretty weak ai.
    For go lovers, expect new ai soon. A probalistic algorithm which has been recently designed looks promising (you can believe my words I'm a grad student in a field close).
     
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    This is Go, also know as the oldest board game known to man.
    Will try this one out. This is a rather simple game to play, my guess is that it doesn't need much Japanese skills to enjoy this game, but a fair understanding of the game is essential.
     
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    Got a link deufeufeu (I have athens login abilities if necessary)? I have followed Go for a while now but missed that (I do not mind if it is French either).

    For anyone wondering chess computers and the like work because in chess there is only a few moves that can be made at any one time so you can brute force the best solution but Go has many more options making that far harder.
     
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    Thanks deufeufeu that made for interesting reading, I may be wrong but that looks like a lot of floating point stuff is going to be needed to pull off: not the strong point of the DS (or a lot of stuff these days).
     

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