"Ashta Chamma" is a board game of India, played during the era of kings. This game was used to improve eye-to-eye coordination, and to teach teenagers war tactics and strategy. The movement of coins is controlled by throw of 4 cowry shells (Dice), hence it is a game of chance. "Ashta Chamma" is primarily a game of chance, but involves thinking and planning. It also helps in developing counting skills. It is an interesting and amusing way to develop strategy skills. The game is similar but not same as Ludo. How To Play: The tokens enter the board, only after a One or Ashta is thrown. The tokens travel anti-clockwise in outer squares, clockwise in inner squares and finally lands up in central square (home). If a player’s token lands on a square occupied by opponent’s token, then the opponent’s token is "killed" and the player gets an extra turn to play. The killed token returns to its starting home square and has to go round all over again. In boxes with pictures, kill
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