Hexxagon is a combination of the games Reversi and Halma. The playing field is a large hexagon with a side length of five fields each. In the initial playing situation, you have three game stones and your opponent also has three as well, which are distributed alternately in the corners of the playing field. When you click on one of your game stones, you can see what you can do with it. If you click on one of the adjacent and green colored playing fields, you then get another game stone on this field. But you can also slide your stone two spaces to one of the yellow fields. Then you do not get an additional stone, however. If you now place your stone next to the opposing stone, it changes its color and becomes one of your stones just like in Reversi. If you are skilled at this, you can turn up to six opposing stones into your own with only one jump. Unlike in Reversi, you can only flip over the nearest neighbors. But even here, the stones in the corners are particularly popular, since they hold a unique strategic position. Game pieces, which are surrounded by the opponent, are also safe. However, if you jump elsewhere with one of your stones, the opponent might be able to use this newly formed gap to his advantage. So be on your guard where you jump. But it can also be quite useful to open up a gap for the enemy and then yet inflict more damage with the next jump. That would be comparable to the victims of a knight in Chess. The aim of the game is to have more game pieces than your opponent. The game is over when nobody can make a move anymore.