Copyright (c) 2003 Chris Huntoon

Hodge Podge is played on a 9x9 square board with the following setup:

TURN - On each turn, each player must move one piece:
Soldiers and Kings slide an orthogonal line of empty cells.
A piece may jump over an orthogonal adjacent piece (of either color) landing on the immediate empty cell. This is not a capture.
A stone may capture stones by custodian capture, i.e.,  sandwiching the opponent's pieces between itself and a friend over an orthogonal line. 
A capture along an edge may wrap around the corner.
GOAL - Wins the player that satisfies one of the following conditions:
Capture the opponent King
Move your King into the last row.
Make a 5 in-a-row including your King and not using piece over the first two rows.
Reduce the opponent's army to less than 4 soldiers. 
An example

Black moved a soldier to f5 thus winning. Green cannot stop the King move to [1] which will make a 5 in-a-row with d7 or i2.

Green can delay by jumping f4-f6 but then it would be captured with e7-f7. 

There is a ZRF to play Hodge Podge with Zillions.