Welcome to the GNU Backgammon web site
Welcome to the GNU Backgammon web site. This site will help you
download and install GNU Backgammon, and give you tips on how to use
GNU Backgammon to improve your game. GNU Backgammon is a world class
backgammon application, and it works on many operating systems. It can
play, analyse and teach backgammon. Its evaluation engine is based on
artificial neural networks. Read more in the about
GNU Backgammon is free software and released under the
GNU General Public License (GPL).
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Report from the 8th Computer Olympiad, Graz
Achim have submitted a report for the 8th Computer Olympiad held in Graz. The article shows some pictures and interesting some positions.
GNU Backgammon runner up at Computer Olympiad
GNU Backgammon lost again against BGBlitz
at the 8th Computer Olympiad
in Graz, Austria. In a set best out of five 13-point matches the result was:
The matches can be downloaded here
. A detailed report including some photos and analysis will follow. (firstname.lastname@example.org
IRC channel "#gnubg"
If you have questions, suggestions, are bored or want to discuss gnubg relate
d stuff, open your irc client, connect to irc.freenode.net
and type "/join #gnubg". (email@example.com
i18n FAQ available
For those guys/girls who want to help us translate GNU Backgammon into their language we published a i18n FAQ. The translation will be available on at least Windows OS and Linux operating systems. We already are working on Danish, French, German, Icelandic/sh(?!), Japanese and Turkish. See the Documentation
section for more infos. (firstname.lastname@example.org
New Rpms for Linux system
New rpms for linux systems are available now. They are based on the 0.14-engine, but don't provide 3d-support or the timecontrol. Take a look at the download
Welcome to the new GNU Backgammon web site
I'm glad to announce the new GNU Backgammon web site - www.gnubg.org.
The previous web page was just a temporary web page, but has been available for about 10 months now, so it is finally time to do something about it. This new site tries to collect all the loose ends of web resources about GNU Backgammon around the internet. It's also trying to attract the attention of GNU Backgammon users. Even though the web site is still incomplete, it will hopefully contain documentation and a user tip repository.
The web site is not complete functional yet, but will gradually be updated and maintained by the users and developers.
This article is a small collection of link to external sites that's relevant to the GNU Backgammon project.