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Kan Rebe! Update: Te Karaun Minigame

I’ve started working on a mini game for Kan Rebe! based around a Kiribati method of catching fish. When the tide is just right (low enough to run into but still high enough for fish to swim), I-Kiribati will spread out a fishing net which floats upright. After distancing themselves a little, they will run towards the net while splashing…

Koro Karewe - Keeping Players Playing

Koro Karewe Every morning and evening, I-Kiribati will climb coconut trees to shave a cut flower and collect the produced liquid. This process is called koro karewe (koh-roh kuh-reh-veh) or cutting toddy. While most other countries ferment it into an alcoholic beverage, in Kiribati it is also very popular as a fresh drink, and this is especially true on the…

Kan Rebe! - A Tribute to Kiribati

Kiribati. Most people Iโ€™ve met have never heard of it before. You probably also didnโ€™t know that itโ€™s actually pronounced kee-ree-bess. The ti makes an s sound. Kiribati is a tiny island nation located in the middle of the Pacific, straddling the equator and, until recently, the international dateline. It consists of tiny islands called atolls which average only 2…