You may copy these programs and distribute them freely, but you may not sell them. If you find that you like a program or are using it in any case after a reasonable evaluation period (30 days), you must register your copy.
Korean users will find useful information at cowboy's home page.
You can register online with a credit card using the Kagi link below, or send the registration fee (no credit cards) to the address at the bottom of this document. I will accept a check written in your local currency on your local bank if the bank has a US office. I will also accept a postal money order or cash. I will email you a password upon receipt of the fee. Registered users are entitled to free updates.
The servers, such as IGS, are programs which client programs, such as TgWin, communicate with. It is sometimes difficult to separate the features of the server from those of the client. One way to look at this is that the clients help you manage and display information from the servers. If you want to see how many added features a client is providing, log into IGS with a simple telnet program. You will be surprised.
The people who write server programs and manage the servers generally have no control of the client writers. We work together to bring you a pleasurable experience, but we each have our own area of expertise.
Please remember that registering your name on a server is a completely separate process from registering with a client author. If you have questions, suggestions, or bug reports about TgWin, please contact me at the email address below.
TgWin is a Windows compatible client program for use on the Internet Go Servers. It provides a graphic go board and an easy to use, mouse-driven interface to play go on IGS or any of the NNGS-style servers.
See a snapshot of a sample TgWin screen
Recent changes to TgWin
Previously registered users: please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a password for version 1.60 and above.
Telego is a program for playing go via modem, but not on the Internet.
Download Telego version 4.4
American Go Association
Jan van der Steen's home page for all sorts of go information
This page was revised on March 25, 2007.
Send comments to email@example.com
Send snail mail registration fees to:
Stephen E. Richard
744 Courtenay Ct.
Atlanta, GA 30306