The ancient strategy game comes to life in a beautifully designed birch wood board played with colorful glass stones!
The Mancala board is made up of two rows of six pockets (also called 'holes,' or 'pits') each.
Four pieces are placed in each of the 12 pockets. The color of the pieces is irrelevant.
Each player has a 'store' (also called a 'Mancala') to his/her right side of the Mancala board.
The object of the game is to collect the most pieces by the end of the game.