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Original
 

Snaps

Pieces move in a zigzag pattern and capture opponents by surrounding on two opposite sides. The objective is to get to the centre position from behind.

Loonie

A social game for a group using a couple of loonie coins. Will the other player show a head or a tail?

Rocks and Stones

A boardless game involving jumping pieces where you have to keep your rocks safe.


 
 
 

Traditional
 

Fanorona

Fanorona is the national game of Madagascar. 

Dablot Prejjesne

From Lapland. Pieces can only capture pieces of the same rank or lower.

Rimau

Rimau is a hunt game from Malaysia where the men try to immobilise the tiger while the tiger can kill by jumping over an odd number of men. 

Cows and Leopards

Cows and Leopards is a hunt game from Sri Lanka where the cows try to immobilise the tiger while the leopards can kill by jumping.

Yoté

A jazzy checkers type game from West Africa.

Konane

From Hawaii.  Players only move by capturing opponents' pieces by jumping over them.  The last player to do so wins.

Picaria

A 3-in-a-row game played by the Keres people of New Mexico.


 
 
 

Other
 

Red and Yellow

Pieces move in a zigzag pattern and capture opponents by surrounding on two opposite sides. The objective is to get to the centre position from behind.


 


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