Difference between revisions of "User:Piphi/Mancala/Rules"

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Use regular Mancala rules unless playing some sort of variation. For complete rules go [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalah here] for wikipedia's page on the specific version of Mancala the will be played on the wiki.
 
Use regular Mancala rules unless playing some sort of variation. For complete rules go [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalah here] for wikipedia's page on the specific version of Mancala the will be played on the wiki.
  
To simplify things, '''the first person to sign-up always goes first and uses the bottom row and the right-most pit'''.
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To simplify things, '''the first person to sign-up always goes first and uses the top row and the left-most pit'''.
  
 
Games start as soon as enough people sign up and have been approved by [[User:Piphi|piphi]].  People can be in a maximum of three Mancala games at a time and there is currently no limit to the number of games in total (although a limit might be added later on).  There will be no need to keep a log of your game's moves since you can just check the game page's history.
 
Games start as soon as enough people sign up and have been approved by [[User:Piphi|piphi]].  People can be in a maximum of three Mancala games at a time and there is currently no limit to the number of games in total (although a limit might be added later on).  There will be no need to keep a log of your game's moves since you can just check the game page's history.

Latest revision as of 18:10, 18 September 2020



Use regular Mancala rules unless playing some sort of variation. For complete rules go here for wikipedia's page on the specific version of Mancala the will be played on the wiki.

To simplify things, the first person to sign-up always goes first and uses the top row and the left-most pit.

Games start as soon as enough people sign up and have been approved by piphi. People can be in a maximum of three Mancala games at a time and there is currently no limit to the number of games in total (although a limit might be added later on). There will be no need to keep a log of your game's moves since you can just check the game page's history.

There is time limit for each move! Each person get a maximum of 5 days to make their move, if a user takes longer than the time limit to make their move then the game is declared abandoned and none of the users get to be part of the Hall of Fame.

There is no undoing at all! Once you pressed "Save Changes" that's it, you can't go back.

If anyone has any ideas on how to improve this game, maybe make tournaments, or other games that are only possible on the AoPS Wiki, then please add them to the discussion page.

Note: I (piphi) will be moderating all the games that happen here, if you have any complaints, comments, or questions then comment them in the discussion page.

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