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  • 17 Steps Board Game

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    17-STEP is an awareness-raising game. It’s to raise an awareness of the SDGs, there are 17 of them. You can’t talk about achieving the global goals if you don’t first create awareness about it. People need to know what it is. The game originated from the fact that we have 17 SDGs, and the game is supposed to lead you to a paradise. But before you get to that paradise, you have to take 17 steps based on your knowledge of the SDGs.

    Age: 6+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 30mins
    Year of Publish: 2018
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • 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
  • 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
  • Lasgidi Rats Board Game

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    A great famine has descended upon the rat kingdom. Many rats are starving and many more have passed to the great beyond. But all hope is not lost. There is a prophecy of a guardian that will lead the survivals to a great city filled with food – the LASGIDI city.

    The surviving rats must find their way to homes of Lasgidians (humans of Lasgidi). As the Guardian, you must lead the last survivors through underground tunnels to the holes in the houses across the city. This is your first break-in, lead the first batch of the rats safely to the yam store and gather your path points. Beware of the dangers you may encounter.

    Age: 8+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 45mins
    Year of Publish: 2019
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Illustrator: Peter Attah
    Rule Book Editor: Precious Wonah (Boardgame Presh)
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

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  • Luku Luku Noun Board Game

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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. Lukuluku Noun is fantastic for children as it exposes them to the living and non living things that are around them.

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

    SKU: n/a
  • Mgbako

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    Meet Mgbako.

    Mgbako
    (means ‘to calculate’ in Igbo language) is a speed arithetic Boardgame
    made in Nigeria. Players compete to earn points by beating
    their opponent in simple arithmetic. It’s not as simple as it sounds.
    Try winning when the stakes are up and tensions are high.

    Age: 5+
    No of players: 1-4
    Time (average): 10mins
    Year of Publish: 2017
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Nwanyi Iga

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    Meet Nwanyi Iga.

    It’s a folklore of the Igbo culture meaning Proud Woman. Players compete as soothsayers to save her from her untimely demise.

    Age: 6+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 45mins
    Year of Publish: 2017
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

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  • Safe Journi

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    Meet Safe Journi.

    Safe
    Journi chronicles the journey of a traveler on a Nigerian road. Your
    fellow players use the obstacles encountered in a Nigerian road to
    prevent you from reaching your destination. Your task is to avoid the
    obstacles and get to your destination unharmed.

    Age: 8+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 30mins
    Year of Publish: 2016
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Shockiloo

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    It is a
    dice rolling and quiz game. Players have to answer the quize correctly
    for a chance to roll the dice. In doing so, they race to save their
    loved ones from Electrical hazards in the home. Don’t miss out the fun,
    find out how much you know about electricity.

    Age: 9+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 30mins
    Year of Publish: 2019
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Ukubuwa Boardgame

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    UKUBUWA
    is a misspelt Swahili word for ‘Greatness’, and it takes you through a journey of young people as you earn and lose wealth. , Ukubuwa is a game that takes you through the four stages of life in my own perspective.

    It starts with the Learning stage (things that affect you in this stage), then takes you to the Idea stage (Talent Development), the Philanthropy level. The interesting thing is that it brings choice and chance to play – chance because you have to roll dice and play, choice because you have to make decisions. It was designed basically for storytelling. While playing, you gain certain things like how to negotiate, how to spend money. It’s the mechanism. Overall, it’s a game of choice and chance.

    Age: 8+
    No of players: 2-4
    Time (average): 40mins
    Year of Publish: 2013
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a
  • Wan Wan Touch; The Boardgame

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    Wan Wan
    Touch; The Boardgame is a dexterity boardgame version of the street soccer game known as Wan Wan Touch (or Boolu, voolu, one touch in different location).

    Age: 7+
    No of players: 1-4
    Time (average): 30mins
    Year of Publish: 2019
    Designer: Kenechukwu Ogbuagu KC
    Publisher: NIBCARD Nig Ltd.

    SKU: n/a

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