Stresz is a strategic game which consists simply of pushing the opponents 4 marbles into the center square. Each turn players roll the dice. The number rolled represents the amount of squares that the player can use to move his marbles. Only 1 base color is permitted to move per dice roll. To his choice, the player can move as he pleases the 2 marbles (if possible) of the same base color. A player can push more than 1 marble. A player cannot push his own marbles directly. He has to do it by pushing the opponents marbles(s) on his own. A marble moved cannot end up on the same square it started its turn on, unless it has pushed one of the opponent's marbles before ending on this square. The center square is made up of 4 distinctive squares. A marble has to be pushed to make a move in the center square. When a marble is pushed in the center square, this marble is considered taken and cannot be used or moved directly. To take out a marble from the center square, one of the opponent's marbles will have to be pushed against it in order to push it out of the center square.