Let´s play Yukamo

Yukamo is a new kind of strategy and thinking game. The world famous Kalaha board game offers you the possibility to play it both ways: classically and online. Strategic skills and a good memory are required.
  • Classic or digital
  • 4 or 6 stone mode
  • Two new game modes: Blind & Blind Timer mode
  • Handy design
  • Strategy and memory training

Yukamo is coming soon! Visit our website regulary to stay up to date. If you cannot wait, play it online now.

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Kalaha explained

Kalaha- two players board game, also known in Germany as the stone or bean game is a strategy game from the Mancala board games. The game principle is based on hollows which contents need to be redistributed according to the certain rules. The game trains the memory and powers of recall. Children from the age of 6 can learn in a playful way to count. In the USA, Kalaha et al. a. is being played in schools, leisure, and educational institutions. National tournaments have even been held there for many years.
Yukamo will be available soon. Until then, you can test your strategic skills and memory against our game robot online and prove yourself. Have fun 🙂

The Game

The game is about the size of a DIN A4 page and can be taken anywhere, just like a tablet. On the outside traditional hollows are placed b   and on the inside the world first Kalaha as digital version. The players can decide whether the stones should be distributed traditionally by and or digitally at the push of a button. In addition, the digital version offers two newly developed game modes: Blind Mode and Blind Timer Mode.

How to play online

1. Preparation

Start the game with the quick start button. One of the large hollows (to the right of you) is your own “Kalaha”, which is empty at the beginning of the game. The stones are evenly distributed over all hollows.
2. You start
The starting player, i.e. YOU, clicks and empties any hollow and automatically distributes the stones to the following hollows. Always counterclockwise. Our game robot does it also one after another and rotatory way.
3. Last stone in your own Kalaha
If the last stone falls into your own Kalaha, you can make another move. This can be repeated any number of times as long as the last stone falls into your own Kalaha.
4. Empty hollows
If a last stone lands in your own empty hollow, you can take this stone and the stones placed in the opposite hollow, i.e. those of your opponent, into your own Kalaha. This ends the  move and it is the opponent’s turn.
5. End of Game
Whoever empties his own hollows first, can take the opponent’s stones that are placed in his hollows. You take these into your own Kalaha.
6. Determine the winner
The winner is whoever has collected the most stones in his Kalaha.