The board use for this game is a square marked with crosses. Each arm of the cross is divided into three columns, whit the columns divided into six squares. The center of the cross is the finishing square which is divided into four triangles combined with the middle column that appears as a arrow pointing to the finish. To the left of each home column one square from the edge of the board, is a large starting square on which each players pieces are placed. To initial the start of the game the players take turn to throw a die or two. A player must first throw a six to be able to move a piece onto the starting square. In each subsequent turn the player moves a piece from 1 to 6 squares as indicated by the dice. And every time a player throws six they have the opportunity of bringing a new piece on the board onto the starting square or move other pieces already on the board. in addition the player is also granted another turn as a bonus if a 6 is rolled. However if the player cannot make a valid move after first move of 6 they must pass the die to the next player and if a players piece lands on a square containing an opponent's piece; the piece is captured and return to the starting area. The first player to take all four of his/her pieces around the board and into the center square wins the game.