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Be Discreet and Secretly Win!
 
Be Discreet and Secretly Win!
A game mixing bluff and strategy, Kabaleo promises an intense and unique experience! Each player is the only person to know which color is hidden inside their “Target” pyramid.  The object of the game is to ensure that this is the majority color across the playing board. A dynamic game of placing pyramids, removing them from the game, stacking them and changing the color of pyramid piles. The player whose color holds the majority on the board wins the game.
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A game mixing bluff and strategy, Kabaleo promises an intense and unique experience! Each player is the only person to know which color is hidden inside their “Target” pyramid.  The object of the game is to ensure that this is the majority color across the playing board. A dynamic game of placing pyramids, removing them from the game, stacking them and changing the color of pyramid piles. The player whose color is most represented on the board wins the game.
  
  
 
HOW TO PLAY
 
HOW TO PLAY
  
1.Each player is the only person to know which color is their own hidden inside the “Target” pyramid.  The object of the game is to ensure that this is the majority color across the playing board.
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1. Each player is the only person to know which color is hidden inside their own “Target” pyramid.  The object of the game is to ensure that this is the majority color across the playing board at the end of the game.
2. The bases are placed randomly on the table. The rest of the pieces are divided and  placed visible in front of the players. Each player, on his/her turn, places a pyramid in any color of his/her choice at a location of his/her choice. If a piece is another color than the piece at the top of the pile, the pile changes color to the new color on top. If a player places a piece on top of a pyramid of the same color, both pyramids cancel each other out and are removed from
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the game: the pile then reverts to the color of the piece underneath.  
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3. The player whose color holds the majority on the board wins the game (the pink color wins in the adjacent drawing). If there is a tie, then the player with the most top pieces wins. If there is still a tie, then the player with the highest pyramid wins.
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2. The bases are placed randomly on the table. The rest of the pieces are divided and  placed visibly in front of the players. On his or her turn, each player places a pyramid of any available color at a location of their choice. When a piece is played on top of a dissimilarly colored pyramid, the pile color changes to the new color on top. If a player places a piece on top of a pyramid of the same color, both pyramids are removed from the game and the pile reverts to the color of the piece re-exposed underneath.
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3. At the end of play, the player left with the most piles of their color on the board wins the game (the pink color wins in the adjacent drawing). If there is a tie, then the player with the most top pieces wins. If there is still a tie, then the player with the highest pyramid wins.

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Kabaleo

Be Discreet and Secretly Win! A game mixing bluff and strategy, Kabaleo promises an intense and unique experience! Each player is the only person to know which color is hidden inside their “Target” pyramid. The object of the game is to ensure that this is the majority color across the playing board. A dynamic game of placing pyramids, removing them from the game, stacking them and changing the color of pyramid piles. The player whose color is most represented on the board wins the game.


HOW TO PLAY

1. Each player is the only person to know which color is hidden inside their own “Target” pyramid. The object of the game is to ensure that this is the majority color across the playing board at the end of the game.

2. The bases are placed randomly on the table. The rest of the pieces are divided and placed visibly in front of the players. On his or her turn, each player places a pyramid of any available color at a location of their choice. When a piece is played on top of a dissimilarly colored pyramid, the pile color changes to the new color on top. If a player places a piece on top of a pyramid of the same color, both pyramids are removed from the game and the pile reverts to the color of the piece re-exposed underneath.

3. At the end of play, the player left with the most piles of their color on the board wins the game (the pink color wins in the adjacent drawing). If there is a tie, then the player with the most top pieces wins. If there is still a tie, then the player with the highest pyramid wins.

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