Have you ever played a Halma or Chinese checkers?
Halma or Chinese checkers is a game that requires the right strategy to win the game. This game basically has something to do with AI (Artificial Intelligence) that can affect the intelligence of human thinking.
The Halma not only played by children was created by an American professor from Boston, Dr. George Howard Monks. This “halma” in Greek means “Jump”. Halma is a game for 2 or 3 players playable on 256 square flat boards (16 × 16). The connection in architecture is that this halma plays in a predetermined space of the game. Like a path created on its own as a result of the actions of the pawns being moved. These spaces seem to be formed intentionally or accidentally (depending on the opponent) will win if we can create effective space so that the movement can quickly get to the “home” opponent.