tafl games (also known as hnefatafl games) are a family of ancient nordic and celtic strategy board games played on a checkered or latticed gameboard with two armies of uneven numbers. most probably it is based upon the roman game ludus latrunculorum. names of different variants of tafl include hnefatafl, tablut, tawlbwrdd, brandubh, ard rí
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there is a host of information on the internet about hnefatafl, including many rule variations that are worth experimenting with. a copy of the game was published in issue #128 of dragon magazine, dec 1987 (later republished as part of a boxed set: the best of dragon magazine games in 1990).
hnefatafl is an ancient scandinavian board game whose variants were played all over medieval europe before chess was even invented. in those so called tafl games two different sized armies fight each other.
hnefatafl: the game of the vikings. while most of the world knows how to play the ancient games of backgammon, chess and draughts, there is an almost forgotten game, comparatively ancient, which hangs like a spectre over a large part of northern europe.