An abstract strategy game of tile laying played with hexagonal tiles. Each tile has path segments of one, two, or three colors (red, white, or blue), and must be added to the existing layout so that paths on the tile connect with like-colored paths in the layout. Building new paths (by connecting the ends of existing paths) scores points equal to the length (in tiles) of each path built, with a three-point bonus for a path that crosses itself. Making a closed path doubles its score.
A tricky, difficult, and rewarding game, and also, in the first two editions of Kaliko (in which the tiles are made of Lucite) an exceptionally beautiful one. Both Psyche Paths and Kaliko are out of print, but Kadon is working on producing a third edition with wooden tiles.