Igisoro - Omweso

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Also called Mucuba by the Shi and Havu peoples in South Kivu, in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, IKibuguzo in Burundi, Omweso or Mweso in Uganda, the Igisoro is a game of the Mancala family which is played by two and often played in Rwanda in Burundi and Uganda. Like the East African Bao, it is played with 16 holes for each player and 64 balls. The territory of a player is the two rows of holes that are close to him.

It is a little bit different from Awale or Oware witch are played in western Africa and the Dakon in Indonesia

The goal it is to take all or part of opponent's seeds, until prevent him (her) from playing again.

In the same family, we also find Bao, Kissoro, Ngola, Chisolo, Ayo and others in western Africa.

The mancala games would have been invented in Ethiopia at the time of the kingdom of Aksum
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