Hi-Qby Dwila Nixon
Just fill the board with pegs and leave one hole empty. Now jump over a peg with another and land in the empty hole on the other side. Remove the peg that has just been jumped. Pegs may be moved either vertically or horizontally, and multiple jumps are allowed. The goal is to complete the game with only one peg remaining on the board.
Even more fun: the creators offer suggestions for game variations, and a scoring system that ranks the player according to the number of remaining pegs when no further moves can be made.