Tailath

Overview
Tailath is a two-player abstract board game played on a hexagonal board that was invented by Néstor Romeral Andrés while searching the game space in 2011. Tailath is a cross between TAIJI and Yavalath. This game is not implemented but can be played in Sandbox.

Board

Tailath is played on a hexagonal board with seven cells per side.

Object of the Game
The goal of Tailath is to place four stones in a row of your color without placing four stones in a row of your opponent's color.

Play

The game begins with an empty board.

Each player has an allocated color: White or Black.

Starting with Black, players take turns placing a stone of each color adjacent to each other in any two adjacent empty cells on the board.

End of Game

The game ends in one of the following cases:

  • One of the players wins a game by making a line of four (or more) stones of his color at the end of his turn, but not a line of four (or more) stones of the opponent's color.
  • One of the players loses a game by making a line of four stones of the opponent's color.
  • The board fills up before either player wins or loses. In this case the game ends up in a draw.

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