Stolní hry střed/star-ověk
The Yoruba people of West Africa made this ayo gaming board. Ayo is the Yoruba name for a game of strategy played with counters. The game of ayo has many other names, such as mancala and warri. It was traditionally played throughout East and West Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Today variations of the game have spread throughout most of the world.
Liubo board game. Square board and 12 game tiles found in a Han Dynasty tomb. The exact rules and goals of the "game of sixes" remain mystery, but the board's etched with cosmological markings resembling those used for Daoist divination practices that were widespread in the Han dynasty. Historian Sima Qian (ca. 145–86 B.C.) tells a legend of a Shang-dynasty (1600–1100 B.C.) emperor playing the game.