Ancient Board Game Collection 4+

Hnefatfl, Nine Men's Morris..‪.‬

Klemens Strasser

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 42 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Have you ever heard of Hnefatafl, a game played during the Viking Age? Or Latrunculi, popular over 2000 years ago in ancient Rome? Discover these games and many more in the "Ancient Board Game Collection".

- 9 different games: Konane, Hnefatafl, Nine Men's Morris, Dablot Prejjesne, Gomoku, Halatafl, Latrunculi, Five Field Kono and Bagh-Chal
- Play online against your friends or compete with via Game Center
- Local Multiplayer on a single device
- Step up your game by playing against the AI
- Fully Accessible via VoiceOver and Voice Control
- High Contrast Game Boards for people with low vision

Note: There are no Ads for anyone, but the game comes with In-App-Purchases. The free download allows you to play one online game at a time and lets you try out the local multiplayer and AI mode once. Unlimited online games and playing locally as often as you want can be bought as an In-App Purchase

What’s New

Version 1.2.5

New info alert while playing the multiplayer!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

King Plasto ,

Great set of ancient games

Everything is nice about this collection of games. The games themselves are unique and refreshing because you don’t see them anywhere else. The artwork is excellent and the interface is clean. I really appreciate the effort that went into it.

Developer Response ,

Huge thanks for these kind words! 🙇‍♂️

Ubuntu Dad ,

Perfect way to learn

What a great start to learning ancient board games. While checkers is an American staple, it can be tedious. These games are great and will promote hours of enjoyment. I can’t wait to get the actual board games and add them to my collection of strategy games. Well done!

moon morph ,

Unlimited play then price Wall

Was able to play two games before I couldn’t play anymore literally it wouldn’t let me. Kept on recommending that I buy the game

Developer Response ,

Hi there! 

Sorry to hear that you are unhappy with the pricing policy. But when you first try out a local game, the game explain that this is the free version and that it only can try it once - that part is like a demo. 

The game has this pricing policy, instead of being a paid game upfront, to make it possible for you to play against a friend without you both having to buy the game. With this model, you can always play one online game at a time for free, so you don’t have to buy it to enjoy just an online game with a friend.

The developer of this game is also no big cooperation - it has been developed by me in my spare time, with the help of some amazing designers that I hired. I had to pay them upfront, so anyone who unlocks the full game helps me break even. 

Hope that makes everything a bit clearer. For any other feedback, please write at 


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