Awale 3.4 Description:
Awale is one of the most ancient games still played.
The Masai say that the Awale was invented by Sindillo, the son of the first man, Maitoumbe, and was originally called geshe.
This fascinating African game (also known as Awele, Oware, Wari, ...) has been very attractively adapted on microcomputer. Play against the computer or against an opponent over the Internet and try to defeat him.
A very realistic game, with solid wood and clattering stones.
Awale is bilingual (English and French). A Spanish manual is provided.
|Publisher:||Myriad Software More titles >>|
|Operating system:||Windows 9X/ME/2K/XP/2003|
|File size:||1.3 MB|