Mancala is a two-player turn base strategy board game played with small stones, beans, or seeds and rows of holes or pits in the earth, a board or other playing surface. The objective is usually to capture all or some set of the opponent's pieces.
Versions of the game date back to the 7th century and evidence suggests the game existed in Ancient Egypt. It is among the oldest known games to still be widely played today.
Also know as Alemungula, Ali Guli Mane, Mangala, Mankala, Oware, Pallanguzhi.