If you love playing classic boardgames from all over the world on your PSP you should send Zx-81 a thank you note. Earlier today he released PSPMancala, an ancienty board game from East Africa. Now he has updated his other homebrew game, PSPGGO to v1.03. We posted a lot of info about the game Go and PSPGGO and you can review them here.
PSPGGO v1.0.3 is considered a minor update with the following changes:
* Support of SGF comments
* Bug fix
* New Game over handler:
o You can go back or save SGF file, even if the game is over
o You have to choose explicitly "new game" to restart a new game
Please read the readme files for details about PSPGGO v1.03.
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