Atari-Go for Blackberry Playbook
Copyright ©2012 Jarek Szczepanski firstname.lastname@example.org
AtariGo, aka, first-capture go, the capture game, or Ponnuki-Go is a variant of Go. The first to capture any stones wins the game. (http://senseis.xmp.net/?AtariGo)
Source code is inspired by examples from O'Reilly book "ActionScript Developer's Guide to Robotlegs" - https://github.com/Stray/robotlegs-examples-OreillyBook
Fight logic inspired by Capture-Go applet - http://361points.com/capturego/ (sources found at http://javaboutique.internet.com/Go/, but there is an info that it's using Mark Boon's free Tesuji Go Library)
SignalMap & SignalMediator - https://github.com/Stray/robotlegs-utilities-SignalMediator
Application icon is created using - http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bestand:Ko_01.png
- help screen
- larger boards
- save & load games
- better graphics :)
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