Pah-Tum is an ancient Asian game that is considered to have existed as early as 1800 BC. The object of the game is to place your pieces in a row, like in Gomoku, but the unique feature of Pah-Tum is the random placement of five neutral pieces at the beginning and can get a higher score by keeping the pieces in a row as long as possible.
Kanare_Abstract edision also includes the rules for the original variant "Custodial Pah-Tum," which introduces a capture rule to reduce the first-mover advantage.
Players：2 / Age：6+ / Playing Time：around 20min
- 1 Fabric Gameboard (polyester) 200mm×200mm
- 65 Game pieces (resin）14mm×11mm
- 1 Rule Sheet (double-sided printing) 195mm×292mm
- 1 Box (cardboard with semi-coated label) 110mm×110mm×28mm
WARNING : The product contains small parts. Do not give to children under 3 years of age due to the risk of accidental ingestion or choking. For other notes on product materials, please refer to Materials.
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