With HexBoard you can play chinese checkers in two ways:
- Against a computer opponent
- With your friends.
Hexboard has three different sized gameboards. Small gameboard has three marbles per each player, medium has six. Full gameboard has total of ten marbles per player. With HexBoard you have a portable gameboard with you all the time in your phone or tablet, and it's easy to start a game at any time.
We have also done our best to make HexBoard accessible with VoiceOver.
Support for iPhone X and iPad
Support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus screen sizes
Minor design changes
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?How do I start moving?
I'm using VoiceOver:
I've clicked on the message Red: It's your move. I've clicked on the 6 places that say red. I've clicked on all the empty spaces. There appears to be no reaction. I'll try the smallest board, but I don't see how that would help me understand how to move my piece . I have no real concept of how the board is laid out, but I figured I could learn by moving pieces.
Using the long hold to remove colors works fine. Maybe I'll figure out how to make my opponent move 1st, but, again, I don't see how that will help me figure out what piece I can move where. Anyway, I expect I will enjoy this game once I can start learning.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.