Hexentrio is actually three tile-laying games. The tiles are each made of 3 connected hexagons, with each hexagon cut into two trapezoids. Each trapezoid is one of 6 colors and may contain a witch, a witchy object, or nothing at all. Tiles must be played so that touching sides are the same color. As a result, colored triangular regions will form. These triangles are the way you score points. In the basic game, each time you make a triangle using the same symbol (or entirely empty) you score 2 points. In the advanced game, you start the game with one of the colors as your own, and if someone else scores with your color, they must share the points. Also, at the end of the game, if any of your witches are free along the edge of the board, you gain additional points. Witchy objects at the edge will cost you points. The 3rd game is solitaire. The rules show 4 different shapes and you must try to lay all the tiles to form that shape while adhering to the normal placement rules. According to the rules, only the devil knows if those solitaire puzzles can be solved.