Sound the gong and prepare for the Far East with this beautiful wooden version of the most exciting and ideal family game. ...OK...so it was originally called "Stern-Halma" upon its invention Germany in 1893 and only renamed "Chinese Checkers" by an American to make the game sound more exotic - No matter, you can still pretend you're playing in fierce competition with the Huns while drinking tea on the Great Wall...OK, OK... so it's not even made in China... Still - this classic strategy game is fun for everyone and families large and small: designed for 2-6 players, the object is for a player to be the first to transfer all his pieces to the corner opposite his home base by moving pieces into an adjacent empty hole or jumping over a single peg of any colour. The pegs can be stored inside the game box for safekeeping.
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.