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Afrikan t?hti ("the star of Africa") is a Finnish board game designed by Kari Mannerla originally in the 1950s. It has been one of the most popular board games in Finland for decades. Afrikan t?hti is set in colonial Africa, with the object being to find and retrieve the famous diamond the Star of Africa, which the game is named after. Afrikan t?hti is a race between several players. The minimum is two players, and the maximum is theoretically unlimited, although with more than five or six players the game starts to become unplayable, due to too long gaming turns and insufficient resources. The board covers the continent of Africa, with famous cities marked as big red circles, and with routes consisting of small black circles connecting them. Players can start from either Cairo, Egypt or from Tangiers, Morocco, whichever they want. The game uses a dice and money. The currency in the game is pound sterling, and notes in the values ?100, ?500 and ?1000 are supplied. Also included is a series of circular tokens, one token for each city. The tokens are not matched with specific cities, only their number is the same. Tokens include: Blank tokens. Gemstones. There are three different gems, rubies, emeralds and topazes. Robbers. Horseshoes. The star of Africa itself. This is the only unique token in the game.  

 
 
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