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What does IGOUGO mean?? - 6/13/2008 6:44:05 AM   

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What does this term mean??
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RE: What does IGOUGO mean?? - 6/13/2008 6:50:37 AM   


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I-GO-You-GO A term used in wargames( or just games ) where one person does all of his turn and then the other player makes all of his moves. Most Board wargames are IGOUGO type games.


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RE: What does IGOUGO mean?? - 6/13/2008 7:03:57 AM   

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Chess is an example.

You go
Then I go
Then you go


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RE: What does IGOUGO mean?? - 6/13/2008 9:48:01 AM   

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As opposed to WEGO where generally both or all players submit their turns at the same time at which point the orders are processes simultaneously somehow (Diplomacy is one example game).

The majority of Board Wargames were IGOUGO which is why I guess most PC Wargames are as well.

Though WEGO does offer up a very different experience.


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