Nine Men’s Morris is an abstract strategy board game for two players. It is a very old game that has been played for thousands of years all over the world. Each player is trying to form a mill in order to capture opponent pieces.
Mū tōrere is a blockade game for two players. It is indigenous game of the Maori people from New Zealand. Maori took a great pride in their skills with the game, especially since its apparent simplicity would fool people into thinking little strategy is required.
Stern-halma is a strategy board game for two to six players. It was invented in Germany as a variation of the older American game Halma. The name Halma means jump in Greek. Players need to hop acrossthe board to reach home.
Pachisi is a circle race board game, for two or three players, or four players in two teams. The name of the game comes from the Hindi word pachis which means 25, the largest score that could be thrown with sticks.
Hnefatafl games are a family of ancient Nordic and Celtic strategy board games. Tablut, a hunt war game for two players, is an asymmetric game of pure strategy played with two armies of uneven numbers.
Senet is a 5000-year old board game for two players. This board game was found in many ancient Egyptian tombs. Senet is a kind of talisman for the journey of the dead. The winner is the first to pass into the afterlife.