A Hexone egy nagyszerű társasjáték, 2 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 30 perc. A társast, 10 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni.
A strategy game for 2 players, 10 years old and more By properly placing your pawns, You will generate chain reactions That will destroy all your opponent's pawns! Except if the...
A strategy game for 2 players, 10 years old and more
By properly placing your pawns,
You will generate chain reactions
That will destroy all your opponent's pawns!
Except if the opposite happens...
Goal of the game
Remove all of your opponent's pawns.
A 19-hexagons boardgame
35 pawns, one side white, the other side black.
The player who starts the game is randomly determined.
The first player places one pawn of his color on an hexagon he chooses on the first circle (the circle of 6 hexagons around the central hexagon).
The opponent places a pawn of his color on another hexagon of the first circle.
From now on, each player will place a pawn of his color on his game turn by applying the following rules:
a player cannot place a pawn on the central hexagon,
a player cannot place a pawn on a hexagon on which there are already 1 or 2 opponent's pawns,
a player can place a pawn on an empty hexagon if it touches a hexagon on which he already has 1 or 2 pawns,
a player can place a pawn on a hexagon on which he already has 1 or 2 pawns.
If, at the end of his turn, a player has 3 pawns on the same hexagon, an explosion happens: the 3 pawns are distributed in a Y shape on contiguous hexagons, and pawns that may have been on covered hexagons before the explosion now belong to the player.
Chain reaction: successive explosions
It is possible (and it is even the good way to win!) that, after this first explosion, other hexagons have 3 pawns or more of the player's color. The player must proceed with the explosions until there is no more hexagon with 3 pawns or more, or until there are no more pawns from the opponent (he has won in this case!).
The player must start with one of the hexagons having the most pawns on it (it is possible that there are 4 pawns on the same hexagon).
After each explosion, if there are still possible explosions and pawns from the opponent, go back to step 1!
End of the game
The game ends when a player has no pawns left on the board. His opponent is the winner!