Yavalath is a simple n-in-a-row game (similar to Tic-Tac-Toe and Connect Four) that is played on a hexagonal board. Players take turns coloring tiles on the hexagonal board. A player wins by coloring four tiles in a row. But be careful... you lose if you color three tiles in a row beforehand! While easy to learn and quick to play, Yavalath contains a surprising amount of strategic depth. One of the most basic tactics in Yavalath is to force the opposing player to make three in a row by threatening to make four in a row. Have fun!