How to Play $15 @ Tai On Building, Sai Wan Ho
Largely resembling the boardgame Ludo, Aeroplane Chess gets its name from its playing pieces, which have planes painted on top. The board is divided into four areas by color. The objective is simple: The first player to move all their planes to the finish wins. Starting from the “hangars” at the corners, roll the dice to decide the number of steps your plane moves each turn.
On the subject of board games, the marble-based “Chinese checkers” was invented in Germany in 1892 and had nothing to do with China—it was just given the name to make it sound more “mysterious.”