Each player has 15 of their own colored player pieces, and play on a hexagon grid board.
Players take turns playing their pieces to the grid, attempting to lay 4 of their colored pieces in a row. The game starts off as simple as tic-tac-toe, but once each player has at least 2 of their own colored pieces in the grid, on any future turns they may move an already played piece to CAP their opponent, if they choose. This is where the game becomes dynamic and interesting. Players will continue back and forth – playing new pieces, moving pieces, and capping their opponent – until one player lays 4 of their colored pieces in a row! And that’s HEX4!