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Adzua (Children) DLP Game   

Period Modern

Region Western Africa

Category Reconstruction, Board, Space, Line

Description

Adzua is a word used for several games by the Jukun people of Nigeria. This version is an alignment game played by children.

Rules

3x3 board rendered as holes in the ground. Four pieces per player. When a player makes a line of three holes with their pieces, they remove one of the opponent's pieces.

These rules were taken from the Historical Information. ruleset.

All Rulesets

Reconstructed rulesets
Adzua (Children)1 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)2 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)3 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)4 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)5 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)6 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)7 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)8 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)9 Reconstructed with Ludii
Adzua (Children)10 Reconstructed with Ludii

Incomplete rulesets
Historical Information. Rules from DLP evidence.

Origin

Nigeria

Ludeme Description

Adzua (Children).lud

Concepts

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Reference

Meek 1931: 456.

Evidence Map

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Sources

Meek, C. 1931. A Sudanese Kingdom: An Ethnographical Study of the Jukun Speaking Peoples of Nigeria. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co.

Identifiers

DLP.Games.1258


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