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DjambiA game information page
. Four-player all-against-all game with unusual pieces; also known as Djambi.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
anontippy wrote on 2014-09-25 UTC
So what if the player can't move but the chief is neither captured nor surrounded by corpses? What if the chief is penned in by his own pieces, who are penned in by corpses? And has no necromobile or the one that moves live pieces. I've just started trying to learn this and have had this twice in two games. Does the player just try to convince someone to let them out or are they out of the game? Whats the rules on that? Its kind of a stalemate.