This game from (at least) the
XIXth century, is played in Nigeria by the Dakarkari people. Lada
Urbanova knows this game under the name "Doki" meaning "horse" in Haussa language.
another clever relative of Tic-Tac-Toe. The game starts
in an empty 5x6 square board.
- Players alternate moves by dropping 24 stones (12 for each) into empty
PHASE [MOVE] - Each player moves a stone into an adjacent
orthogonal empty cell.
- When a player makes a 3 in-a-row (no diagonals, no 4+ in a row), it
removes one enemy stone from the board which is not part of a 3
- GOAL - A player wins, when his opponent is
unable to form 3 in a row with his stones.
Black moves c6 to
cell  and captures c3. White has no good moves and will loose the
game (he cannot prevent Black's d4-d3, e4-d4)