Two diabolical neoprene game playmats for Hex --the classic pure strategy game invented by Piet Hein and independently by John Nash.
Nash's version is played on a 14x14 grid of cells. Piet Hein preferred an 11x11 cell grid. Both are included.
Note that playing pieces and instructions are not included (however, you can get a complete edition of Hex from The Game Crafter with a standard, mat board by clicking the word Hex wherever you see it here).
Also note that the rules for Hex are in the public domain, and are easy to find on the internet.
Also also note that these mats may be rereleased at some time in the future.
This Hex accessory is a Mystery Kitchen production.
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|Publish Date||May 07, 2020|