Mancala has been around for a long time. A very long time. There’s evidence of the Romans playing it nearly two thousand years ago, and some historians believe it’s over six thousand years old. There must be a reason people keep playing the game, even now, so let’s have a look at how to play it.
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This is a really interesting read
An Insider’s Perspective on Gamefound vs Kickstarter https://stonemaiergames.com/an-insiders-perspective-on-gamefound-vs-kickstarter/
All set-up and ready to learn some Gutenberg, from @trzewik2
AAG new kickstarter soon https://www.railsonboards.com/2022/05/18/aag-new-kickstarter-soon/
A new review, and this game is something else. By Stealth and Sea, from @danverssengames @6xW_a and @djackthompson , is an incredible game. It's set in the midst of WWII, simulating the frankly terrifying jobs of human torpedoes... Read more here https://punchboard.co.uk/by-stealth-and-sea-dvg-review/ #wargames