Len Choa


This is a game from ancient Siam, also played in other parts of southeast Asia (with variations). One player takes on the role of a Tiger, and the other has control of six Leopards. The Tiger eliminates Leopards with a simple jump to an empty space beyond, following the lines on the board. The Leopards’ task is to trap the Tiger so it cannot move. It’s a common type of game (Hounds and Hares, Fox and Geese, etc.) except for the configuration of the board and the initial “drop phase” of the game.

This game can be played by 2 players ages 8 and up. One game of Len Choa takes about 15 Minutes to play.

Click Here to watch a video to learn how to play Len Choa.

Click Here to learn more about the history of this game by visiting its Wikipedia Page.