Mill (also known as Nine Men's Morris, Merels/Merrills/Merelles/etc.,
Mühle, Mĝlle, Muehle, Mühlespiel, Molenspel, Jeu de Moulin, Tria, and Mlýn) is a board game
a history that dates as far back as 1400 BCE. Boards have been found on Viking
ships and on stones that were later used in buildings. One example can be found
on a pillar in the Pikering Church in Yorkshire, England. The game is played on
a board of three concentric squares, with a total of 24 spaces (circles at the
intersection of the lines on the board).
Force the other player into a position where it is impossible to win, either by maneuvering so they cannot move, or by reducing them to two (2) pieces.