- Players: 2
- Playtime: 30 - 180 minutes
- Minimum Age:8
- MSRP: Add
- Designer: (Uncredited)
- Artists: (Uncredited), Barbro Hennius, Norman Sommer
- Publishers: John N. Hansen Co.
- Names (Other Languages): Atari Go, Baduk, Cờ Vây, The Game of Go, Gó, Go & Go Bang Turnier, Go + Gobang, Go A Game of Oriental Strategy, The Go Pack, Go und Gobang, Go, Das Brettspiel Ostasiens, GoToGo, Igo, Jang Stone II, Jeu de Go, Magnetic GO, Mikado: The Game of Go, Negociation, Orient, The Oriental Game of Go, Original Go, Paduk, Patol, Peg Travel Go Game, Smart Go, Wei Qi, Weichi, Weiqi, yi, yih, Yunzi Go Stone set, Вэйци, Го, Падук, 囲碁, 围棋, 圍棋, 弈, 碁, 바둑
- Year Published: 2200
Go originated in China more than 4000 years ago. But it was the Japanese who perfected it and made Go a great strategic skill game. For thousands of years everyone from the working classes to royalty played Go, making it the national pastime. The popularity of Go has now reached the West bringing with it an air of Oriental wisdom and mystery! The Object of Go is to gain control of territories and capture enemy stones.