Actn, a Central African variation of Nine Men’s Morris, is often played by children on a board drawn in the dirt. Stones are used as playing pieces. With easy-to-learn rules, Achi is played simply and quickly and is another example of why the Morris-type games are some of the most popular board games throughout the world.
player is given four pieces of his or her own color to play Ii. The object of the game is to be the first player to place three :)iuces in a row, forming a mill, as in Tic-Tac-Toe. Achi begins with oh Players’ placing their pieces on the points of intersection of the on the board, in alternating turns.
When all eight pieces are on the board, the players may move one piece each turn along the lines to a vacant point of intersection, trying to arrange three pieces in a row, in order to win the game.