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|Product Name:||Egyptian Senet Game and Poses for Genesis 8|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
In the ancient Egypt Senet was the most popular game.
Egyptian Senet Game and Poses for Genesis 8 is a faithful 3D model of this ancient game. In this race game with 30 squares, the first player to move their pieces off the wood won. Players could pass and block their opponents' pieces and even send them back to start.
Four casting sticks to determined the number of moves, flat and white on one side and rounded and painted on another. Only the white side was counted.
Senet was played by both the rich and poor alike, so every one of your ancient Egyptian characters will want a turn. Get Egyptian Senet Game and Poses for Genesis 8 for your historical and ancient Egyptian scenes.
As a great addition, the game box has another side with another race game of 20 squares, call Aseb. This is a quicker and shorter game, but similar as Senet. You can switch between games with a single click. You can even pull out the drawer to put the pawns and stick into it, however when the lock is closed the drawer will remain closed either.
For easy use, the set includes the needed table and stool with dForce pillow for comfortable sitting. The included 10-10 poses for Genesis 8 (male and female) are courtesy of Islandgirl so you can start the game immediately with the included gameplay poses for the pawns.
The set also includes a painted version so Artisans can play with a more designed set.
The hierarchical material presets are large help to change all look with a single click.
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