I made an update to the package announced in the previous mail.
The variants Dai, Dai Dai, Maka Dai Dai, Tai and Tenjiku can now also be
the WinBoard GUI menus (although there is no engine yet playing most of those).
But it now also plays a freshly made peer-to-peer adapter, which can be
an 'engine' to play against an opponent on a remote machine.
So WinBoard can now be used to play all these games (and of course standard
and 5x5 mini-Shogi) over the internet, by making a direct connection to the
of your opponent, running WinBoard (with p2p) as well.
At 19:06 9-7-2012 +0200, you wrote: