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The board game Kalaha

Kalah features

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Play against friends
The multiplayer feature in Kalah allows multiple players to play against each other simultaneously. Players can compete online or in a local network. The multiplayer feature offers the opportunity to enjoy the game with friends or other players around the world and compete in exciting matches. It is a great addition to the single player mode and provides even more variety and challenges in the game.
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Play against bots
Face off against a computer-controlled opponent that makes moves based on rules and algorithms to win the game. The computer is able to adjust its strategy during the game and make its decisions based on the current game state. It's a great way for players to hone their skills and compete against a challenger who's always ready to play.
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Custom settings

This feature in Kalah allows the player to choose the number of stones that are placed in each pit at the beginning of the game. This gives the player the flexibility to customize the game to their preferences and adjust the difficulty. For example, the player can choose fewer stones to make the game faster, or more stones to expand the strategy options.

Kalah - description

Kalah is a well-known board game, also known under the names Mancala, Warri or Kalaha. It is a strategic board game in which two players compete against each other. The aim of the game is to get as many stones (usually pebbles or beans) as possible into your collection area. The game originally comes from Africa and has been played in many countries around the world for centuries.

Kalah rules

Bonus round

If the last stone is dropped into an empty pool on the friendly side, the player gets one more turn. However, if the last stone falls into a pit that already contains stones, the player's turn ends.

Victory! (Steal marbel from your opponent)

If the last stone falls into a pit that is on your side and that contains exactly one stone, both the stone from the pit and the last stone from the opponent's pool are taken and placed in your own pool. This is referred to as "victory".

Game end

The game ends when one of the players runs out of stones in their pits or has no more possibility to draw stones. The player with the most stones in their bucket wins the game.