Ancient Chinese Game Luk Tsut K’i Game in p5.js

Play Simon’s game: https://editor.p5js.org/simontiger/present/1pGeJY7c Code: https://editor.p5js.org/simontiger/sketches/1pGeJY7c

Simon learned this game on Brilliant.org at https://brilliant.org/practice/winning-moves/?chapter=competitive-games (Warning: this link will only work if you have a Premium Subscription to Brilliant). Brilliant describes the game as follows: “Luk tsut K’i is a board game from China in the time of Confucius. In medieval Europe, it went by the title Three Men’s Morris. This game is very similar to tic-tac-toe; the objective is for one player to get their three pieces all on the same line. If this occurs, that player wins”.

Simon and Neva playing the original paper version he made

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