In this computer game version of the classic game of Halma, you have the familiar hexagonal playing field in front of you. You first select a color with your mouse and then determine how many computer opponents you want to have. For starters, a 1 on 1 situation sure is easiest. With six players, the game gets to be quite complicated. You have the advantage that you can be the first to start the game. The goal of the game is to move all the game pieces to the opposite corner. Click on the stone that you want to move with the mouse and then click on the field where you would like to place it. You can also jump over your own as well as the stones of your opponent, if there is an empty field behind them. However, you can only jump straight ahead and also just jump over a single stone. However, if a further jump is possible from the field that you end up landing on, you can then also make this jump. In this way, you can cover long distances on the playing field. With individual movements, you progress much more slowly in comparison to when you can jump. Experienced players build up entire roads in this way, on which they can get to the opposing corner. The winner is that person who is first the park all of his stones in the house on the opposite end. Halma is not just a simple board game, but truly a strategy game, because with individual moves alone, you cannot win the game. You have to plan your moves in advance, and, if at all possible, also include the opponent. On the other hand, your opponent will put a stone in your path every now and then that does not fit with your plan at all. But you also have to try to disrupt the long jump attempts of your opponent.