Copyright (c) 1997 Graham Lipscomb
Creepers is played on a 6x6 grid of octagons, which can be translated to a square board of 13x13 with the following setup:
There are 36 white and 36 black soldiers off board.
|An initial move
Red moves one of his Kings with a diagonal jump. Since the jumped cell was empty, he drops a red soldier there.
|Making a chain
Red's turn. The red King and c7 can jump over the green soldier at d6 (landing at e7), changing its color.
After that move, Red just needs to put a red soldier over its bottom-left home base to achieve a winning connection.
However, Green can capture the red King at e3 with a jump from g3 to c3, making things a bit more difficult. A better first red move would be to jump a1-c3, placing a red soldier at b2 and protecting e3, or even capture g3 with e3:i3.