Merels (also known as Nine Men's Morris, Mills, Merelles) is an ancient board game dating back to the Roman Empire. It is played by two people and in this version, you play against the computer.
Each player has nine pieces and the object of the game is to reduce the opponent to only two pieces or immobilize all pieces so they cannot move.
Additional 11 and 12 Men's version is now available. In these games, you start with 11 or 12 pieces
and the board has an additional four diagonal lines added.
Also, the "Fly" rule has been introduced as an option. If selected, when you are down to three pieces, you can move one to any free intersection (not just adjacent).
There are three different opponent skill levels to choose from.
Play In New Window (Game will open in new window which you can resize or make full screen.)