"Igikubo" is an educational and strategic game, designed and developed by Alexis Munyandekwe.

The game unfolds on an octagonal board consisting of 10 hollows, each numbered from 0 to 9. Depending on the chosen game mode, it can be played by one or more players.

Igikubo's diverse game modes offer a platform for players to enhance their mental arithmetic skills while fostering valuable traits like cooperation, social interaction, and sound decision-making. Participants are encouraged to practice generosity and discernment, as they sow and reap wisely, all the while refining their strategic thinking abilities, among other valuable skills.


Different modes of Igikubo

Zen Mode: In Zen Mode, a single player can use IGIKUBO to learn new skills related to Mathematics such as addition (with and without carry), subtraction (with or without borrowing), multiplication, geometry, functions, etc.

Standard Mode: In Standard Mode, Igikubo is played by two players, one moving clockwise and the other counter-clockwise. To win, players clear the opponent's pebbles from the board as long as the conditions are met.

Constellation Mode: Constellation Mode is an advanced version of Igikubo in Standard Mode. With Igikubo Constellation several players can form teams and play on a giant board that has elasticity features (possibility of shrinking and expanding at any time during the game).