Places to play
Main article: Online playing
- https://boardgamearena.com/ — BoardGameArena, a real-time and turn-based server.
- http://www.littlegolem.net — Little Golem, one of the best turn-based servers on the net. On Little Golem one may find many strong players, the atmosphere is kind and welcoming. The Hex forum often contain interesting discussions.
- http://www.iggamecenter.com/ — igGameCenter, real-time play.
- http://www.gamerz.net/pbmserv — a play-by-email site for many games, including Hex (details at http://www.gamerz.net/pbmserv/hex.html). Default size is 11 × 11, but others are available.
- http://www.math.lsu.edu/~wamelen/gamerz.php is a site where you can play pbmserv's games on graphical boards without sending emails. All you need to do is to log in (username and password are the same as on pbmserv).
- http://www.ludoteka.com — a Spanish real time server. Offers Hex on 11 × 11 in addition to many other games. Available in Spanish, Basque, English and French. Not many Hex players there.
Main article: Hex Bibliography
- http://www.mseymour.ca/hex_book/hexstrat.html — Matthew Seymour's online book "Hex: A Strategy Guide".
- http://remus.rutgers.edu/~rhoads/Fun/fun.html#games — Glenn Rhoads' three guides to playing Hex. According to himself, his homepage was due to disappear during the summer of 2004, but it is still there. At the moment of writing the guides the most comprehensive guide to hex on the 'net. They have been transferred here, as the Basic, Intermediate and Advanced pages of the Strategy page, with Mr Rhoads' kind permission.
- http://www.cs.ualberta.ca/~javhar/hex — Jack van Rijswijck's introduction to Hex.
- http://www.nada.kth.se/~rydh/Hex/strategy.html — covers some basic advanced Hex strategy.
- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNefH6S6myiMPc5-9XAeUPfxe21Hxso-s — "Le jeu de Hex" by Mickaël Launay: a video guide to Hex strategy (in French).
- http://www.mseymour.ca/hex_puzzle/hexpuzzle.html — Matthew Seymour's Hex puzzles.
- https://www.drking.org.uk/hexagons/hex/templates.html — David King's Hex templates.
Main article: Computer Hex
- Computer players:
- http://games.cs.ualberta.ca/webgames/hex/ — QueenBee, one of the stronger artificial players.
- http://six.retes.hu/ — Six, the most recent computer champ. This one is KDE-based (KDE is a Linux desktop environment), but is open-source, so one could port it to other environments.
- http://home.earthlink.net/~vanshel/ — Hexy, a strong computer player; Windows-based; downloadable.
Frequently Asked Questions pages
- http://www.mazeworks.com/hex7/hex_faq.html — David Boll's Hex FAQ
- http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/People/hde/hex/hexfaq/ — Bert Enderton's "Infrequently Asked Questions" about Hex
Hex board images
- http://kosmanor.com/hex/images/index.html — Kosmanor's board images
- http://home.no.net/zamunda/games.htm — Jan Kristian Haugland's games page with simple board images
- http://members.fortunecity.es/zeycus/hexboard/hexboard.html — Miguel Garcia Diaz's webpage: Nice and simple Hex-board-making.
- http://www.cs.unimaas.nl/icga/games/hex/start.html — Hex page of the International Computer Games Association.
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hex_(game) — the entry for Hex on Wikipedia.
- http://maarup.net/thomas/hex/ — Thomas Maarup's Master's thesis on Hex.
- http://directory.google.com/Top/Games/Board_Games/Abstract/Connection_Games/Hex/ — the entry for Hex in the Google directory project.
- http://hex.kosmanor.com/hex-bin/board — a comprehensive database of games and positions; mostly 10 × 10.
- http://hex.kosmanor.com/hex/theory.html — a site devoted to Hex theory. Access to some materials requires membership, which is free.
- http://hex.kosmanor.com/hex/links.html — Kevin O'Gorman's links page
- http://www.cs.ualberta.ca/~javhar/hex/hexlinks.html — Jack van Rijswijck's hex links page
- http://www.cox-tv.com/games/rules/hex.html — Randy Cox's Hex page
- http://www.boardgamegeek.com/game/4112 — BoardGameGeek Hex page