Picaria is a Native American two-player strategy game from the Zuni or Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest. It is related to tic-tac-toe, but closer to Three Men's Morris, Nine Holes, Achi, Tant Fant, and others, because the pegs can be moved to create the three-in-a-row. It’s not unique in that fact. An exact twin of the game can be found in Scandinavia, where it’s called “luffarshack”, and in Asia as part of the Ko-No tradition. Average game play is 20 minutes. Made in the USA for two players age 6+.