A popular board game in Mahat.



Senet is played on a senet box, which is also where the pieces are stored. The box has a grid of thirty squares (3x10). There are usually ten pieces, five in the shape of spools and five in the shape of cones. Sticks with one side coloured are used to move the pieces.


There are no official rules for the game, and as such every game of senet has the potential to be a unique experience.