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  • Atnor Board Game

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    Meet Atnor

    Atnor (means ‘five’ in Eggon Language) is a game of five. Players are immersed in a tactical environment to have a set of five. Perfect for lovers of logic and strategy.

    Age: 6+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 20mins
    Year of Publish: 2018
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Chiyawa

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    Meet Chiyawa.

    Chiyawa is an Hausa word for grass. It is a dice rolling game. The story behind it, is the fact that Nigeria is one of the countries known for cattle rearing. The game talks about feeding your cattle in a ranch. Everyone has a ranch and the winner is the first person to feed all his/her animals. The game is played for fun but whenever you play any board game, you still learn a form of soft skill like communication, trading and even bluffing. You also get to develop your cognitive skills.

    Age: 6+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 20mins
    Year of Publish: 2017
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Gbosi Board Game

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    Meet Gbosi.

    Gbosi means ‘Symbol of Authority’. It is a game that tells the true story of the fight for a throne between two men. Who gets the throne? Play to find out.

    Age: 8+
    No of players: 2
    Time (average): 20mins
    Year of Publish: 2018
    Designer: Thankgod Philip & Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    Available on backorder

    SKU: n/a
  • Homia

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    Meet Homia.

    Build your Nigerian home regardless of tribe or religion and be the first to do that if you want to win. The story behind Homia is that Nigeria is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-religious country and the player must create a family regardless of the culture or religion. It’s designed to be easy to play. You choose a family and build the family.

    Age: 5+
    No of players: 1-5
    Time (average): 20mins
    Year of Publish: 2018
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Irin Ajo

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    Meet Irin-Ajo.

    It means ‘Journey’ in Yoruba. The game is connecting the six geopolitical zones with their modes of transportation. Just like in the North you could use a camel to move around but in the East, there are no camels. 

    You would see the Uphill (Enugu), Riverside (to represent the southern part), the Central City (Abuja), the oceans and islands of Lagos, the Caliphate Town (Sokoto), and the Basin land. It is played using dice and token.

    Age: 6+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 20mins
    Year of Publish: 2017
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Luku Luku Abstract

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    Meet Luku-Luku.

    LUKU-LUKU is an education game with three editions – Noun, Abstract and Map. It’s a fast game and based on the name, it is about how fast your eyes can move. Luku luku Abstract teaches stars, numbers and regular shapes in a fun way depending on what the player wants to learn.

    Age: 5+
    No of players: 2
    Time (average): 20mins
    Year of Publish: 2016
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a

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