- 3 game boards,
- 27 towers
Each player receives 9 towers of his own color. The game boards are arranged into a triangle so that each player can comfortably reach the starting lines of his two-game boards.
The oldest player begins. When playing more than one game, the winner of the last game always begins the new one.
Note: If you play Talat as a two-player game, the same basic rules apply, along with the additional rules.
Players take turns placing one of their 9 towers on the starting spaces of their own starting lines until all towers have been placed. …