[Thomas Petazzoni] > Yes, biloba is a turn-based game. It's played around an hexagonal game > plate. Each player has a certain number of pawns, and the goal is to > eliminate the pawns of the other players. Each player plays one after > the other. During each turn, one player can move one of its pawn against > some rules, and in certain conditions, the player can take one of the > other players pawns. So here's what I would say, then: Description: strategy board game for 2 to 4 players biloba is a turn-based game for 2 to 4 players. Each player moves pawns on a hexagonal board and attempts to eliminate opponents' pawns. Biloba includes an AI opponent, and supports local or network play.
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