Best shogi app out there (as far as I can tell) Presentation, interface, AI performance... It's all top notch. Every now and then you find something in the English translation that sounds slightly quirky, but that doesn't diminish gameplay in any way. All of this makes me want to ask one single question to the publisher: PLEASE come up with a chu shogi app up to the same standards as this one. I truly believe it would make this world a better place for everyone.
Solid. CPU resigns are frustrating Good game, no crashes yet, Frustrated that the CPU will resign before I win because sometimes (since I'm new to shogi) I don't see why my win is inevitable
Great Game Only gripe is that I wish they would add the option to turn off resign for computer player
Same as free app You still have to pay for online play and the medals are useless. This is exactly like the free version but without adds. Not anywhere worth $5. I want my money back.
Best shogi for Android That was fun, just finished the game. Took me close to 2 years to go from beginner to get all 100 levels platinum medals (2 piece advantage). The things i like about this shogi app are: - play level is decent, plenty of skill needed to challenge most beginners/intermediates and maybe even some lower advanced players. - The graphics look very nice - Earning medals makes it fun to keep on playing - many levels have their own opening style and they application is mixing up some of the moves a bit to keep things interesting Things that need some improvement: - I am a bit disappointed that the if i let my iPhone4s play against my Nexus7 tablet the iPhone always wins, even though it has a very much slower processor in it. The android version of this app doesn't seem to be optimized for multiple cores. - The "give piece advantage" games don't seem to have any "opening move databases", making them easier to win then it should. - The online games vs computer (lv. 100-200) is too expensive. - i really would like a game customsetup/analyse function. Learning shogi just by playing without knowing strong/weak moves is tough.
It's tough. I love this so much, but either I got rusty or the iPhone version was way easier. Time to step up my game.
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