Talk:Halma

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"The name Hoppity was also used in attempts to expand into less-educated demographics."

Not correct, see my history section at: http://home.no.net/vkp/index.html Regards from Vegard Krog Petersen

"The name Hoppity was also used in attempts to expand into less-educated demographics."

Wrong. Hoppity was an existing English game that was the inspiration for Halma. Paul J. Weighell


The boards I am used to (in Switzerland) also have a back side with a star form for two or three players. The resulting jump structure seems more interesting to me. Here is a description: http://qd.typepad.com/20/2005/12/halma.html Matthias Grob