The game of MuTorere originated among the Maori tribes of New Zeeland (though similar games are found elsewhere). No one knows how old the game really is, but when European colonists first recorded it in the 1850s, it had been around for generations. When the game was described by the famous game historian R.C. Bell in 1969, it found a new audience and became popular once again. It’s a simple looking puzzle game for two, each player attempting to trap their opponent one step at a time. MuTorere is a great alternative to tic-tac-toe to introduce players to the genre of two-player puzzle games.
This game can be played by 2 players ages 6 and up. One game of Mu Torere takes about 10 Minutes to play.
Click Here to watch a video to learn how to play Mu Torere.
Click Here to download a Printable PDF of the Rulebook.
Click Here to learn more about the history of this game by visiting its Wikipedia Page.