Three Men's Morris Print-and-play
Size 56kb, downloads 1948.
Three men's morris is a relatively advanced form of noughts-and-crosses, or tic-tac-toe. Players place pieces on a grid trying to form a row of three, as in noughts and crosses. But players have only three pieces, and once placed, the pieces are moved around the board to try to put them in a row.
This print-and-play file is designed to fit on an A4 sheet of paper, and contains the board and pieces to cut out. A second sheet contains the instructions for assembly and play.