SGF editor that comes with a resizable gameboard and offers you the possibility to save and manage games or entire collections with ease
Sabaki comes with a beautiful Go game board interface and offers you the possibility to save the game sessions to the SGF format. The Smart Game Format is commonly used to retain records of board games together with comments and other significant information.
Create and manage a Go board game library
Within the Sabaki user interface, you can effortlessly start new games that will be automatically loaded to the built-in games manager.
Via the associated Info panel you can change the players’ names and rank, see the board size, give a name for the game and specify the event, set the Komi, or see the handicap.
Note that Sabaki comes with a Game Manager, where you get to see all the saved games together with the player information. You get to use the simple search tool to find particular game sessions, and you can quickly remove any entry via the contextual menu.
Analyze Go games, make annotations, and check the score
Sabaki automatically generates a graph for each gaming session, and also allows you to input annotations and comments for each move. This way, you can go back and forth and analyze the moves of both players.
You can also switch to the score panel and see the area or territories occupied by each player, the number of captures, and more. Note that Sabaki includes a search tool that can query the associated comments and highlight particular moves.
Furthermore, in the editing mode, Sabaki includes support for using various markup tools: stone, cross, triangle, square, circle, line, label, or number.
SGF game board editor designed to help you create your own collection of Go games
To sum up, Sabaki offers you the possibility to store details about numerous Go board games, including annotations, comments, and other markups. The editor also generates a chart for each game, so you get to analyze the moves of both players with ease.
- 64-bit processor