3 edition of Omweso found in the catalog.
J. V. Mayega
Bibliography: leaves 52-55.
|Statement||by J.V. Mayega.|
|LC Classifications||QA270 .M29|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 81 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||81479886|
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Omweso (sometimes shortened to Mweso) is the traditional mancala game of the Ugandan people. The game was supposedly introduced by the Bachwezi people of the ancient Bunyoro-kitara empire of Uganda. Nowadays the game is dominated by Ugandan villagers. It is a very hard and fast game said to keep one's mind high and ever excited , which can make it : Uganda.
Omweso A Game People Play in Uganda by NSIMBI (M.B.) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at OMWESO and BAO and HUS: These are historical games of logic and skill related to Mancala, but with more options and complexity.
Both games are played on the same board having holes 4 x 8 as shown in phote. The size of the board is " x 10" x 1" when opened/5(5). Omweso rises rapidly after the first captures, and remains high throughout as the seeds become redistributed in large numbers quasi-stochastically from one player to the other.
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