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  • What is the object of the game?
    The first person or team to create the winning number of Hexagons wins the game.
  • How many people can play Trigahex?
    Trigahex can be played with 2, 3, 4 or 6 players. 2 and 3 players can play individually. 4 and 6 players can play in a team. Teams can consist of 2 teams of 2 players, 2 teams of 3 players or 3 teams of 2 players.
  • Can children play Trigahex?
    Yes, Trigahex is suitable for players ages 8+.
  • How do I play Trigahex?
    Each player chooses a coloured playing card deck, and plays with a specified number of cards (depending on how many players). Each player takes a turn to play a card in the game area. The colour on each edge of the card MUST match the colour on the edges of adjacent cards.
  • Where can I play Trigahex?
    We will be attending various game meets throughout Australia, and details will be provided on social media and the website.
  • Where can I buy Trigahex?
    Trigahex can be purchased online via this website, or the stockists are building across Australia. Check out the 'Stockists' page to find out more.
  • Who goes first?
    The youngest player goes first.
  • How do I take a turn?
    Place a card face up in the game area. The colours on the edges of the card must match the colours on the edges of any adjacent cards.
  • If I play an action card, do I still place a card?
    Playing an action card replaces your turn. The action card will determine if you place a card from your hand.
  • How do I create a Hexagon?
    Create a hexagon by placing the last triangle card in a set of six to form the shape of a hexagon.
  • Do all the cards need to have my colour playing cards?
    Yes, the triangle in the centre of all six cards MUST have your chosen colour playing cards.
  • What is the purpose of the hexagon lock tokens?
    These tokens are placed in the middle of a completed hexagon. The six cards within the hexagon cannot be used for another hexagon, replaced, trashed or stacked on top of. The hexagon tokens serve as reminder of these locked cards.
  • When do I pick up an action card?
    Players pick up an action card if they play a card that has a white triangle in the centre.
  • Can I play an action card as soon as I pick it up?
    No, you may play an action card from your next turn onwards.
  • Do I have to play an action card on my next turn?
    No, you don't have to play an action card on your next turn. You can keep your action cards until you really need them. You can also keep multiple action cards.
  • How many action cards can I play per turn?
    Only one action card can be played per turn.
  • How do I play a 'Stack' action card?
    To play a 'Stack' action card, place a card from your hand on top of another card in the game area. Make sure the edges of the card match any adjacent card edges. The card underneath remains trapped in the game area. Pick up a new card.
  • How do I play a 'Trash' action card?
    To play a 'Trash' action card, remove a card from the game area and return it to the bottom of the draw stack. This is the end of the player's turn.
  • How do I play a 'Replace' action card?
    To play a 'Replace' action card, replace a card in the game area with one from your hand. Make sure the edges of the card match any adjacent card edges. Pick up a new card.
  • If I trash cards in a stack, do I just trash the top card or the whole stack?
    If you trash a card in a stack, you must trash all the cards in the stack.
  • If I replace cards in a stack, do I just replace the top card or the whole stack?
    If you replace a card in a stack, you must replace all the cards in the stack.
  • What's the difference between the stack card and the replace card? Don't they potentially do the same thing?
    The difference between the stack and replace cards, is that with a stack card, the card underneath remains trapped in the game area and does not go back into the draw stack and back into play. Whereas, the replace card puts the card back into the draw stack and back into play. This is particularly significant in a longer game when the cards in the draw stack come back around again, Or, when you use all the cards and change the play mode to determine the winner. If the 'ANY COLOUR' cards are trapped in the game area this gives a significant disadvantage to that player.
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