(bah-TAH-lo) n. a battle, fight, engagement, combat, struggle. [Esperanto]
A protected space for your column.
Defend it from your opponents pieces.
Capture your opponents base to win.
You have six stones.
You can move them to neighboring spaces or hop them over your own pieces.
Use some as a wall around your base and send the others out to attack
your opponents base.
Your column is your most powerful piece.
Move it like one of your stones or slide it across the board.
While its on your base, it cant be captured.
Only your column can capture your opponents pieces.
Use your column with your stones to overcome your opponents column.
13" x 2.5" dia. capped cardboard tube
Gameboard: 12"x12" silkscreened waterproof vinyl
Black Pieces: 1 column and 6 stones
White Pieces: 1 column and 6 stones
Drawstring Bag: holds 14 game pieces
Charts master sheet: for recording games
Mailers master sheet: for playing by mail
out the Batalo on a Shockwave gameboard.
is an artifical language invented in 1887 by Dr. Ludwig L. Zamenhof, a Russian
philologist living in Poland. Intended for international use, it was based on
the commonest words in the most important European languages of the time. There
are an estimated eight million Esperanto users in the world today.
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