Presentation on theme: "MU TORERE Traditionnal game from the Gnati Maori of New-Zealand."— Presentation transcript:
MU TORERE Traditionnal game from the Gnati Maori of New-Zealand
New-Zealand (the little island, next to Australia)
What is New- Zealand known for?
Beautiful landscapes: used in the movie LORD OF THE RING.
Traditionnal HAKA dance
Face tattoos & masks
GET READY There are 2 players.Each player has 4 counters. They are placed on the board at the kewai – the eight end points of the star. The middle, or putahi, is left empty. Darker colour starts.
RULES 1.A player may move one counter to an empty space. 2.Players can only move to an adjacent kewai 3.Player can only move to the putahi if the counter is next to one of your opponents. 4.The winner is the player who blocks all of their opponents pieces, preventing them from moving
Monsieur Beaudry… Who else knows about this game? Where is it played?
Who plays Mu Torere? Some people play on their cell. Some people get to know it in awesome boardgame clubs.