The game table is also a storage box for playing pieces. Box contents: Game board and 30 wooden pieces. The object of the game: Be the first to move all 10 of your pieces across the board to the opposite target triangle. Preparing for the game: Each player chooses his color and places his 10 pieces in one triangle: Ģ The game for two starts from opposite triangles (fig. 1): Ģ The game for three starts from triangles equidistant from each other (fig. 2). (NB! Your target triangle is always directly opposite the triangle from which you start your move). The course of the game: The youngest player starts and the turn order moves clockwise to the next player. When it's your turn, go with one of your colored buttons by either moving to an adjacent empty hole (fig. 3) OR jumping over one or more buttons (fig. 4). Each jump must be performed over the adjacent button and into the free hole directly behind it. You can jump over a button of any color, including your own button, and move in all six directions. After each jump, you can stop or continue jumping over as many buttons as possible. Sometimes it turns out to be possible to move the button from the starting triangle to the target triangle in one go! The pieces must never be removed from the game board. The button can go to any hole on the board, including holes in other players' triangles and nobody's triangles. However, once the button has reached its target triangle, it may not leave it, but only move within that triangle. Winner: The first player to occupy all 10 holes in their target triangle is the winner. If more than one player manages to move their pieces to the target triangle of their choice in the same game round, the game ends in a draw. (NB! If one or more holes in your target triangle are occupied by another player's piece, this does not prevent you from winning. It is enough if all the free holes in your target triangle are filled with your pieces.).
Game duration approx. 20 min.