When you're the architect on your team, you see a building plan that
shows how the blocks should be placed in the finished design. To get the
builders on your team to do the heavy work, you must tell them which
piece to use – through gestures like stomping your feet or raising your
arms above your head – and what to do with it. "Manungu" tells them to
put the piece at the front of the structure, while "Manungu manungu"
means to put it at the back. Moving pieces left or right, up or down,
laying them down or rotating them – lots of details need to be conveyed
with only a few commands and your trusty (inflatable) spiked club. When
you give a command and your team performs well, tap them on the head
once to show approval. Hit them twice, though, and they know they messed
up and need to pay better attention. I said, "Karungu!!" (stomp stomp
The fastest – and most accurate – architect/building team will carry the day...