Kanaloa

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Arabana-Opodopo premiered at Essen 2002 as the up to 4 player version of Arabana-Ikibiti (also published as Kahuna). Players play bamboo sticks which allow them to build bridges between islands. Whenever a player gains a majority of bridges on an island the other players will lose all their islands on that bridge.

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    Kanaloa

    Kanaloa

    Arabana-Opodopo premiered at Essen 2002 as the up to 4 player version of Arabana-Ikibiti (also published as Kahuna). Players play bamboo sticks which allow them to build bridges between islands. Whenever a player gains a majority of bridges on an island the other players will lose all their islands on that bridge.

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    Arabana-Opodopo premiered at Essen 2002 as the up to 4 player version of Arabana-Ikibiti (also published as Kahuna). Players play bamboo sticks which allow them to build bridges between islands. Whenever a player gains a majority of bridges on an island the other players will lose all their islands on that bridge. During a scoring round, players gain points for islands that they control.

    Re-released by Tilsit as the 2nd game in their Tilsit Collection series at Essen 2003 with the confusing title of Kanaloa, which is the title of a different but similarly-themed game by Bambus (further adding to the confusion, as Bambus originally published Arabana-Opodopo).

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    Kanaloa

    Arabana-Opodopo premiered at Essen 2002 as the up to 4 player version of Arabana-Ikibiti (also published as Kahuna). Players play bamboo sticks which allow them to build bridges between islands. Whenever a player gains a majority of bridges on an island the other players will lose all their islands on that bridge.

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