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  • Summary: Kalah is the popular western version of the Mancala family of games.

    Kalah-Rama is an exciting version of this popular board game, with several themes to choose from, including: oriental tea house, the beach, the desert, the jungle, and outer space. The backgrounds and sounds are unique and
    Kalah is the popular western version of the Mancala family of games.

    Kalah-Rama is an exciting version of this popular board game, with several themes to choose from, including: oriental tea house, the beach, the desert, the jungle, and outer space. The backgrounds and sounds are unique and detailed, giving you a rich, new experience with a tried and true classic.

    You can choose to play against the computer with three levels of difficulty. You can also battle it out against another human player. A tutorial mode is included that will guide you through the rules to help you get started. You can choose to start with 3, 4, or 5 seeds in each pit.

    Statistics are recorded and displayed to allow you to keep track of your progress as you play this simple to learn, but challenging to master game.

    The objective of this board game is to capture the majority of the pieces (or 'seeds') in your kalah.

    This version of Mancala uses the traditionaly western rules:

    Play begins by selecting a pit on your side of the board, moving ('sowing') each seed, one-by-one counter-clockwise around the board, skipping your opponent's Kalah.

    If the last seed lands in your Kalah you get a bonus turn. There are no limits to the amount of bonus turns you can have.

    If the last seed lands in an empty pit on your side of the board and your opponent has seeds in the pit directly opposite, you get to move seeds from both pits to your kalah.

    If one player has no more seeds to sow for their turn, the other player moves all the remaining seeds to their kalah and the game end.

    Give it a whirl, you won't regret it!
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