Horrible Hex (2015)
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Horrible Hex is a game of strategic spatial relations, as deeply complex as a Chess match yet as simple as a game of Dominos. There are only two components: a deck of goal cards and a set of hex tiles. There is no board; instead, the hexes form a constantly shifting maze of possible moves, blocks, and scoring opportunities. Each player places tiles and attempts to favorably arrange the hexes to complete their goal cards and thwart their opponent’s plans. It only takes a few minutes to learn, but a lifetime to master. The core game is a 2-player head-to-head but rules variants allow for 3-player or solo play.