Tock (also known as Tuck in some English parts of Quebec) is a board game, similar to Ludo, Aggravation or Sorry!, in which players race their four tokens (or marbles) around the game board from start to finish—the objective being to be the first to take all of ones tokens "home". Like Sorry!, it is played with playing cards rather than dice. Tock is a Cross and Circle game in the style of Pachisi, an Indian game played since the first millennium BC. Tocks exact origins are unclear, but traditionally it is believed that it originated with the early settlers of Quebec, Canada. From Quebec, the game "Jeu du Toc (Tock)" moved to France where it is also known as "Jeu des petits chevaux canadiens". Tock is also similar to the French game "Jeu des petits chevaux", where moves are determined by throwing dice instead of playing cards.