Hexxagon

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Hexxagon Board Game Online - Play Free Hexxagon Web Game

Hexxagon is a variant of the Ataxx game that is played on a hexagonal board instead of a square one. It was released as a PC game in 1993 by Software Creations. The rules of the online flash game are the same as in Ataxx. Play against a computer opponent or a friend. Have Fun!

How to play Hexxagon game online

Use your mouse to interact in this online game. Choose if you want to play against the computer, or against another person, which would be more amusing. Click on Start Game and begin to play. Click on the piece that you want to move; the game will show the possibilities by delineating the adjacent free hexagons. It is time to think a strategy to conquer space. Click on the empty hexagon where you want to move the piece; the piece will move. When the piece is moved to an adjacent hexagon, it will be duplicated. When it jumps to a secondary hexagon, a single piece is preserved. When the piece is moved next to an enemy piece (s), the enemy piece (s) are turned to allied pieces of the same color then yours; a similar concept to the game Othello or Reversi. Playing the game is the best way to analize the options and develop a winning strategy. At the botton right the pieces of each player are counted.

Hexxagon is an abstract strategy board game

Hexxagon is an abstract strategy board game that involves play by two parties on a seven-by-seven square grid. The object of the Hexxagon is to make your pieces constitute a majority of the pieces on the board at the end of the game, by converting as many of your opponent's pieces as possible. Each player begins with two pieces, white and black, for the first player and second player respectively. Hexxagon starts with the four pieces on the four corners of the board, with white in the top left and bottom right and black on the other two. White moves first.

Move pieces either one or two spaces in any direction

During their turn, players move one of their pieces either one or two spaces in any direction. Diagonal distances are equivalent to orthogonal distances, e.g. it is legal to move to a square whose relative position is two squares away both vertically and horizontally. If the destination is adjacent to the source, a new piece is created on the empty departure square. Otherwise the piece on the source moves to the destination. After the move, all of the opponent player's pieces adjacent to the destination square are converted to the color of the moving player. Players must move unless no legal move is possible, in which case they must pass.

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