Mancala is believed to be the oldest board game that is played using colored marbles or beads. It is played with six playing pits and one scoring pit. You begin with three marbles in each pit. The object of the game is to place all of your marbles in the scoring pit and capture your opponent’s marbles. It is an entertaining game played by children and families in the Arab world.
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