Description: Abstract strategy board game. The game is also known as Nine Man Morris, Mill, Mills, Merels, Merelles, and Merrills in English.
Goal: Play the Nine Men's Morris game against Tux (single player) or a friend (multiplayer).
Manual: The board consists of a grid with twenty-four intersections or points. Each player has nine pieces, or "men", usually colored black and white. Players try to form 'mills' (three of their own men lined horizontally or vertically) allowing a player to remove an opponent's man from the game. A player wins by reducing the opponent to two pieces (where he could no longer form mills and thus be unable to win), or by leaving him without a legal move.