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Pentalpha is more of a puzzle than a game. The rules are a bit arcane. The idea is to move the gold balls until they get to the intersections or the points of the stars (these points are marked by red dots).
It's that easy?
No, it's not that easy. You have to move the gold ball over three points on the star (the red points). The first point must be unoccupied. The second point can be occupied or not. The last point (where the moving piece lands) must be unoccupied. All these points have to be next to each other and they have to be along a straight line. You may need to try a couple of times before you get it. If you need to start again, hit the "Reload" button on your browser.

For example, let's say your first move is like this:

For your second move, you can do this:

Or this:

Or even any variation of this:

But not this:
because, in this case, the first point is already occupied.

Programming Copyright (©) 1997 Timothy J. Rogers - All rights reserved.

That means that if you copy this game and put it on your web site, even if you give me credit, you are breaking the law. The games are available under license. They are not for free.