Bead game popular in Africa
Version: 1.4Owari is a bead game widely played in some parts of West Africa. It has many spellings, more common variants being Awale, and Warri.
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It is from the Mancala class of games, which are count and capture bead games, with many different variations of rules.
This variant is the one played by the old men in market places in Lome, Ghana, and other parts of West Africa. It is rumoured that it was to be played by kings to prove their strategic skills on accession to the throne in Ghana.