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Bantumi

Version: 2.00

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Language: English
Score: 8 out of 10
License: Free
Date of Release: Friday 13th of December 2002
Operating System: Win95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP

Sencillísimo and addictive game of logic

If you are the lucky possessor of a Nokia 3310, there is no much we pruned explicarte of this addictive game of logic. But just in case it is the first time which you hear speak of Bantumi, we do a brief description to you.

One is a simple game of African origin that it will put your capacity of reflection on approval, with the simple objective to move marbles of the inferior row of earthen bowls (yours) until the earthen bowl of the right that acts like your marker. The superior row and the earthen bowl of izquierd.a belong to your opponent, who can be another person or the own PC.

In order to move marbles, you have to select anyone of your earthen bowls and the marbles that are in him will be distributing of one in one in the following ones, in sense of the needles of the clock, with the following conditions: if you finish in the marking earthen bowl, desire a point; if you finish in an earthen bowl yours, it touches to you again; and if you finish in an opposite earthen bowl, it touches to your opponent.

The game has several levels of difficulty and diverse options of configuration. Simple, but very addictive (by own experience).

  • Operating System: Win95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP

    Bantumi 2.00

    Developer Website: http://www.andybell.ch/e_bantumi.htm


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