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  • a Publisher of gamesets of several games.

Including "Go - das Brettspiel Ostasiens - Gobang" Nr 604 5 102

The box includes a foiled paper board. With blue and white plastic stones[1]. It also includes a small manual explaining the rules of Go, and other games. Later there was also an edition with black and white plastic chips and a board with a surface resembling wood (but was also made of paper). The name "Ravensburger" comes from the city Ravensburg near the Bodensee where the "Ravensburger Spieleverlag" is located.

[1] Hans When I was a child we had such a game at home but I did not discover it in the big cupboard with games until the age of 23 when I already had learned go.

Robert Pauli: My edition is a green (card) board (folded together to one quarter) with yellow and brown flat (plastic) chips.

BramGo yes Indeed the stones are more like chips or slices.

Ravensburger last edited by on November 28, 2004 - 22:33
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