Trigony is a challenging strategic game similar to Chess and Checkers and includes a clever computer opponent to play against. Simple to learn and hard to master, two to four players claim areas on the board and attempt to form chains of areas. When a player selects an area, that player gets options on all kitty-corner areas. By having options on the kitty-corner areas, the areas are protected against other players, unless they also get an option on the area. When the board is filled, the game is scored and the player with the highest score wins.
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