Play one of the most ancient board games still played today
Choose wisely which of the holes in your field to play
The player capturing the most seeds wins
Awele is played throughout West Africa and the Caribbean. Among its many names are Ayò (Yoruba), Awalé (Côte d'Ivoire), Wari (Mali), Ouri, Ouril or Uril (Cape Verde), Warri (Caribbean), Wali (Dagbani), Adji (Ewe), Nchọ (Igbo) and Awélé (Ga). A common name in English is Awari.
= FEATURES =
- FREE TO PLAY
- 6 difficulty levels
- Human vs Human, Computer vs Human or even Computer VS Computer game available
- Adjustable speed for the computer move
- Detailed Awele rules
- Awele history
Each player has a field with seeds in it
At every turn the player choses one of his holes Players choose holes strategically to win more seeds than opponent and to prevent opponent from wining their seeds.
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