Hexdame is an abstract strategy game for 2 players invented by Christian Freeling in 1979. The game is a adaptation of the game International checkers to a hex board


Board size: 61 hex cells
Pieces per side: 16
Long range kings: Yes
Can men capture backwards: Yes
Who moves first: White

A sequence must capture the maximum possible number of pieces.
Man cannot become king by jumping to the last row and jumping of the last row


A player whose pieces all become captured, or is unable to make a legal move, loses the game.