|Murus Gallicus is a two-player board game invented by Phil Leduc in 2009.
Murus Gallicus is played on a 8x7 board.
There are two players: Light (Romans) and Dark (Gauls), each having 16 stones of the corresponding color.
The initial position of the stones is shown in the following picture:
The objective of Murus Gallicus game is to reach the opposite row with one of the player's stones or leave the opponent without legal moves.
Players move alternatively, starting from the player controlling white stones.
A stack of two stones of the same color is called a Tower. A single stone is called a Wall.
There are two kind of moves a player can make:
If a player cannot move on his turn then he loses the game.