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Halma is a race game without luck, invented in the 1880s by American George Howard Monks. Two or four players strive to be the first to race their pieces diagonally across the board, the rules allowing pieces to help one another to move quickly if positioned with sufficient skill.
This PDF is a printable version of the board game for standard black-and-white A4 (or US Letter) printers. The board is printed onto six sheets of paper or card, and there are 64 pieces included. And additional sheet contains instructions for assembly and play.