Well, somewhat Hawaiian. You see, according to an article in Today’s Local News (a small California community newspaper) Eileen Tupman founded Akamai Games to make and sell Pele’s Perils and Ohana Mana. The games do incorporate lessons on Hawaiian language, culture, and history, but they’re derivatives of Parcheesi and Chutes and Ladders. Maybe not bad for the youngest children, but I’ll stick with my favorite game to focus on Polynesian culture, Conquest of Paradise.