Manual Reference Pages - XAWELE (6)
xawele - a strategy game for X
xawele or awelewish -f xawele
The game of Awele is a popular african game, also known as "Sungo"
or "Ubao". It is made of a wooden board with 12 holes containing
some kind of stones. The aim is to capture as many stones as
possible. There exist varieties of rules. I implemented the one
I know, which is one of the most popular (in Ivory Coast at least).
xawele is a Tcl/Tk script, with some routines written in C. The
interpreter is awelewish.
There is no command line options.
Select your opponents level using the "level" menu. Rules are explained
in english (select rules in the "misc" menu) and in french (select regles).
Button 1 on a non empty square plays this square; button 2 shows where the
last stone is dropped if you choose this square. You have the possibility
to undo one move.
xawele - the Tcl/Tk script
awelewish - the interpreter
Jean-Paul Berroir (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright (c) 1995 Jean-Paul Berroir
xawele is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
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