Latrunculi (Ludus latrunculorum or the Game of Little Soldiers) was an ancient strategy game played throughout the Roman Empire. Although Latrunculi resembles chess or draughts in some ways, it is generally accepted to be a game of military tactics.
THE ROMAN WHEEL
Based on the Roman game of "Rota", this is a three-in-a-row game like tic-tac-toe. The rules have been reconstructed based on medieval game. Just like tic-tac-toe? Not so fast! The Roman Wheel can never end in a tie, which makes it such an entertaining game!
Quartus is a designed tic tac toe game with a twist of making four in a row. The objective of this game is for one player to get a four in a row, whether it’s vertical, horizontal or diagonal. The game requires four players, each player having their own set of pins. The player who makes a four in a row first wins the game.
A game of strategy. The goal of the game is to create a triangle formation with your same colored pieces. The key is to keep an eye on the opposing pieces and choose carefully where to place your own first to create a triangle will win!
Merellus based also known as "Nine men's morris" is a strategy board game for two players dating at least to the Roman Empire. Nine men's morris is a solved game, that is, a game whose optimal strategy has been calculated. It has been shown that with perfect play from both players, the game results in a draw