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Karl wrote on 2008-05-16 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
I used a similar process to make my own board for Connect6 (a variant on
Gomoku), as well as a hex chess variant I developed to play with friends.

One website I found that was helpful is: Partway down the page is a hex PDF
generator. My game called for a roughly rectangular grid of hexes, so I
just set it for the size I wanted; for a hexagonal array, just make a
bigger array than you need and trim it.

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