In Arlecchino, each player owns a color and wants to have the most segments of that color on the board when the game ends.
To start the game, players place the tiles randomly on the board, then remove the black-and-white starter tile. The other tiles have some combination of the four colors in the game: four segments of yellow; three yellow and one blue; two yellow, one blue and one red; etc. On a turn, you choose a tile that contains at least one segment of your color, then move that tile one or more times, up to the number of segments of your color on that tile. You can move horizontally or vertically, and you can jump over an adjacent tile to remove it from the game. You must remove a tile on your turn or else you must pass. When all players must pass, the game ends and the player who has the most segments of his color on the remaining tiles wins.