Quantum Leap is a board game for 2 players by Néstor Romeral Andrés than can be played on a hexagonal grid of any shape and size. This edition contains 61 rings and 61 balls, so you can create a hexagonal board with 5 hexes per side, as it is the recommended configuration for beginners. But the rings offer you the possibility of creating other board configurations. Moreover, the advantage of using rings is that you can drop the balls on them to generate a random setup. You can also purchase the expansion that contains more balls and rings so you can play on a hexagonal board of 6 hexes per side.
In QUANTUM LEAP, each player’s particles start dispersed on the board. Your goal is to be the last player making a valid move. Particles can only move by capturing enemy particles, leaping in a special fashion. Particles get their leaping potential from the number of friendly particles that immediately surround them.
Base game: 30 white balls and 31 black balls (19mm diameter), 61 laser-cut acrylic rings (to configure the board and hold the balls), carrying case.
Expansion: 15 white balls and 15 black balls, 30 rings, carrying case.