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AwaleThis site features the downloadale Awale Version 3.4 software program, which allows play over the Internet or on your PC or Mac offline.
African Games information/linksA collection of Oware links and information collated by Edward Brisse.
Count and Capture GamesThis site offers information on Oware and other games in the Count & Capture category
Congklak:A Traditional of Indonesia This site features Congklak a variant of Oware played in Indonesia
LudoTekaThis web based playing site features many games including Oware.
Manqala OrganisationManqala organisation based in Barcelona Spain features some very good pictures.
OwareThis address features Sapient Software's Oware site from here you can download 'Oware'
MancalaManacala the Arabic version of Oware is featured on this site
Patty A. Hardy's Oware SiteThis site features the British museum of Mankinds 1997 Mancala Exhibition and a host of other interesting information
Barbados WarriThis site features the history of Warri in Barbados it also features the rules of Warri as played in Barbados
International Warri SocietyThis site features information on Oware
The Awari OracleFeaturing Oracle the first super computer to work our all the possible moves on a version of Oware (very similar to the Abapa version). You can also play it from this site.
Owari Bead GameThe Owari Bead game site features a downloadable version of Owari that can be played on a Palm Pilot. Also features links to other sites with information on Oware.
Awale Tournament Points PageThis site features a list of players who play Awale/Oware online. It also ranks them dependant on their ability.
Congkak played in MalaysiaThis site features Congkak a variant of Oware played in Mengkuang Titi Village (Kampung)Penang, Malaysia.
Layli GoobalayThis site features Layli Goobalay a variant of Oware played in Somalia. You can download a computer program that plays this variant from this site.
AweleThis Interjeux.net site allows you to play Awele (Oware-Abapa version) on the net
SungkaThis site features a downloadable varaint of Oware called Sungka played in the Philippines
International Omweso SocietyThe International Omweso Society site, featuring a variant of Oware played on in Uganda on a 4 row by 8 column board.
MancalaThis site features the ability play Mancala aganist the computer online. It 3 levels of difficulty. Mancala is traditionally played in the Arab speaking part of the World.
KalahThis site written by Klaas Bonnema based in the Netherlands features four versions of Oware with the unregistered version. With Registration one has access to many more variants. It also features different levels of strength plus many more.
Awale (Coté D'Azur) FranceThis site is run by Guy Sephai who is based in Cannes and affiliated to The World Oware Federation lists Awale activity in the Coté D'Azur (South of France)
The Oware WizardThis Oware program written by Michael Collins in America, features the Abapa with 14 levels of difficulties. It has an undo feature as well as an enhanced end game option. There is a slide show of different views of Africa which can be switched of to feature only one scene. Try the trial version and if you like it purchase the full version from the site linked.
PlayOKThis site created in Poland enables one to play other players on line, under the name Mancala (Abapa version of Oware). It has many features including a Tournament room and Ranking system.
Wiki ManqalaThis is an online free resource on Manqala games which anyone can edit.
Xavier Blanvillain's Mancala Wiki SiteThis site Features one of the strongest European player Xavier Blanvillain from France. Has some interesting video footage of his games with other top Oware players.
Oware CanadaThe website of the Oware Canada organisation
KibaoWebsite for Bao players
MankalaOware promotional site based in Poland.
Toguzkumalak Federation of KazakhstanGovernment backed organisation that promotes and organises tournaments of Toguzkumalak in Kazakhstan.

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