Study Assistance Software / Archive
This archive page holds links to software that is no longer available, very old, or no longer maintained.
- BruGo -- online joseki dictionary
Programs (that run on your local computer)
- baduK pattern software -- baduK, searching for patterns within game collections. (Open Source) many clones exist on GitHub
- Dariush http://ricoh51.free.fr/indexeng.htm Pattern software
- Encyclopedia Of Life And Death
- Fuseki Made Easy
- Go Album -- Organizes a collection of Go problems with which to practice your reading skills.
- Go Dojo: Contact Fights -- tutoring on close combat technique (not tesuji or life and death) and Sector Fights -- tutoring on strategy
- Go Elementary Training and Dan Level Testing
- Gotaro's 5800 Go Problems - English Trial Version? http://gotaro.homeip.net/ : downloadable, free of charge for testing, from the Gotaro website for Windows 2000/Me/XP/Vista. Covers 2000 tsumego problems, 1800 tesuji problems and 2000 fuseki problems for 9 kyu up to dan level players. Computer plays moves responsive to any good or bad moves you play. The trial version changes into a formal full version by entering a license key number (US$65.00).
- MadLab -- A program for solving open-space capture problems (tesuji)
- MasterGo -- Go database and search engine (well suited for joseki and fuseki-study)
- MoyoGo Studio
- Perfect Tsumego Play Applet? http://www.andromeda.com/people/ddyer/go/shape/ShapeApplet.html -- This applet uses a shape database to play for all positions that are directly contained in the shape database; which are roughly all simple eye shapes of size 7 or less, located anywhere on the board, and all positions that are successors in normal play of those positions.
- StoneBase http://www.stonebase.cn/stonebase/eng/index.html -- Free Go database, SGF editor, player(using GNU Go). (Windows) Has english and chinese versions.
- Tesuji Made Easy
- WildCardGo, http://sites.google.com/site/goboardproject( For Windows XP/Vista) Documentation and review, Play against external Go engine, Life and Dead/Best move study