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Summary: Gomoku is a classical Japanese game known also as Five-Stones, Five-In-Row, Five-In-Line, Nought&Crosses, Make-Five, Renju, Gobang, Piskvorky

Windows Mobile Smartphone

Arrived: 2008-09-04
Found under: games, puzzle, japanese

» mGomoku Description

Gomoku is a classical Japanese game known also as Five-Stones, Five-In-Row, Five-In-Line, Nought&Crosses, Make-Five, Renju, Gobang, Piškvorky... The winner must have a continuous line of five stones (marks) of the assigned to the player. The line might be either vertical, horizontal or diagonal.

mGomoku (Mothiva Gomoku) is a battle between heaven and hell on Your PC or mobile device. Select Your favourite character (devil or angel) and play the game on 19x19 board. You can choose one of three strategies and 5 possible levels (depth of thinking) per each strategy.

mGomoku has colorful pixel-art graphics with visual effects, more than 10 minutes in three songs and beautiful sounds. The game let You to choose one of following language: English, German, Spain, French, Italian, Slovak, Czech and Hungarian.

the mGomoku free for your smartphone

» Comments

Sat6Sep at 8:05 pm
jeff wrote...
graphics are garbled on my Backjack2 running WM6.1
Sun21Sep at 8:19 am
georg wrote...
if its free i try it once
Tue30Sep at 6:34 pm
Paco corleone wrote...
I will try it.
Mon1Oct at 11:26 am
Taku wrote...
, DX, iPhone & iPad (Mobi Manuals) (Kindle Edition) I am new to Kindle and it is really great to know that the Kindle has the cipabality to perform a multitude of tasks. Many of these capabilities are not listed in the Kindle Manual. Since I purchased Kindle for nearly $300 I wanted to utilize all the Kindle potential. I also wanted to use Kindle as efficiently as possible. For me that meant using keyboard shortcuts and optimally using the wireless whispernet. I did not want to use USB connection. After all I purchased the Kindle for its ability to communicate over the air. So I searched for Kindle Shortcuts and this guide was first in the list. I decided to give it a try. If I can optimize my use of the Kindle, one dollar would be well spent. I first download the sample. The sample showed good deal of shortcuts for Kindle 2 but nothing else. That was a good start. Furthermore, these shortcut were presented in a concise and clear manner just as I like. I frankly do not like watered down technical guides. They take too long to get to the point. What pushed me toward buying this manual was the prospects to read about Kindle capabilities not explained in the Kindle Users'Guide. After all I saw most shortcuts in the sample. Therefore I invested $1 and downloaded the complete Kindle Shortcut book. Best dollar I ever spent. It did not repeat Kindle Users' Guide at all. The step-by-step explanations were clear and concise. I was able to easily download a number of free books via wireless whispernet from both Amazon and several other websites. These free books download was well worth the one dollar I spent on the guide. However the guide goes into many other topics that help you optimize you Kindle use. I highly recommend this guide to everyone interested in optimizing their Kindle use. I would suggest to first download the sample and read the table of contents. If the topics listed in the table of contents talk about the cipabality that you could use, then buy the book with the confidence that these capabilities will be easily explained in the guide. Of course you can search the Internet and Kindle forums and find most information there but for one dollar I'd prefer to have this information compiled for me and stored in one location on the Kindle.



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