|2 - 3 players|
|average 10 minutes|
|Published in 2007|
|View on boardgamegeek.com|
Yavalath is an abstract strategy game for two players. Players strive to make a straight line of 4 pieces of their colour, but lose if they make a line of 3 before doing so. The board (a hexagon 5 spaces on a side) is initially empty. Players take turns placing a piece of their colour on an empty cell. Yavalath was invented / discovered by a game-generating computer program developed by Cameron Browne as part of his Ph.D. research.
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