Gomoku / Pente

Pente
Gomoku is an ancient game for two players, often referred to as an advanced version of Tic-Tac-Toe. The object is to get five pieces in a row on a game board of (potentially) unlimited size. Players alternate turns. Gomoku has been popular in the Orient for centuries.

Pente is a commercial version of Gomoku, and combines the simplicity of Go-Moku, the flashy tactics of Niniku-Rinju, and the profound strategy of Go. Pente is a fast moving game of skill for two players.


Gomoku / Pente / Renju Games


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    Gomoku / Pente / Renju Links

    • Go-Muku
      An online Java-based version of the traditional Japanese game of Go-Moku.
    • GoldToken GoMoku
      GoldToken allows you to play turn-based games and make new friends from around the world. With over 200 classic board games and variations to choose from, there will never be a dull moment! GoldToken's environment is suitable and safe for all ages.
    • ItsYourTurn Go-Moku
      Play free online games including Backgammon, Battleboats (Battleship), Chess, Checkers, Othello, Pente, and more - over 35 different games and variations. No Java, no downloads. Tournaments and extensive message boards are part of this active community.
    • Pente.net
      Play Pente with friends anywhere in the world. Pente Net provides the board, stones, rules, and game system for you. Pente.net was built to make it easy and fun for you to play Pente against your friends, no matter where they are in the world.
    • Pente.org
      Pente.org is a place to play Pente for free. You can play and chat live with other players, or play against a powerful computer opponent, learn strategy, play in tournaments and more.
    • PlayOK Gomoku
      PlayOK offers free online games that you can play right from your browser, with no download required. [Java]
    • Renju International Federation
      Renju is the professional variant of Go-Moku and uses more sophisticated rules. In renju the black player (the beginner of a game) is not allowed to make double-threes, double-fours or more than five in a row. Renju also uses sophisticated opening rules. Read more about the history and the rules of renju and other five-in-a-row games on this site.
    • YourTurnMyTurn Go-Moku
      At YourTurnMyTurn.com you can play turn-based classic online board games and modern board games against other players. Your opponent doesn't have to be online. Requires free registration.

    Last Update: December 29th, 2013