Projects / gShogi


gShogi is a Shogi (Japanese chess) game. It features loading and saving of games, setting the level of play, retracting moves, choosing Eastern or Western pieces, opening book, resizing the board, and support for USI engines. gShogi is based on GNU Shogi. It uses engine code and graphics for the board pieces from GNU Shogi. It has a new front end GUI for GNOME.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Aug 2012 09:50

    Release Notes: Changes in this version include a new gamelist window and support for reading multi-game PSN files. There is a new comments window so you can add comments to the game. You can now load your own custom piece images to improve the look of the game.

    •  26 Jul 2012 10:40

      Release Notes: A new Edit function has been added, allowing users to edit the board position. They can also copy and paste the game to and from the clipboard. Move highlighting has been added to show the last move made, and board coordinates have been added to identify the board squares. Some bugs have been fixed, and the look of the board has been improved.

      •  30 Jun 2012 07:45

        Release Notes: New windows have been added for USI engines to display the engine output and engine debugging information. A move list window has been added to make game navigation easier. The color scheme can now be customised by the user.

        •  10 Apr 2011 16:10

          Release Notes: Some game navigation buttons have been added to the toolbar and the pieces can now be moved with Drag and Drop.

          •  03 Apr 2011 17:30

            Release Notes: This version contains minor changes to improve the resizing of the board after the main window has been resized.


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