Trailblazer is played using 2 6 x 6 grids. The grids are labeled A through F along the top and 1 through 6 along the left side. In one grid you write your trail. In the other grid you map the other player’s trail.
Choose a number from 1 to 25 to start your trail. Write it in any square in your grid. From there move one square up, down, left or right, but not diagonally, and write in the next consecutive number. Continue in the same manner until the grid is full. You may leave any number of squares unnumbered, but no two unnumbered squares may touch, and an unnumbered square may not be at the beginning or end of your trail.
On each player’s turn that player will call out a location on the grid. The other player will tell him the number at that location in his grid. Players alternate, calling one space on their turn.
The first player who can map the other player’s trail wins. If that payer has mapped the other player’s trail incorrectly, the other player wins.