Connect all of your scrambled checkers to win
Scrambled Eggs is a variant of Lines Of Action, with the same rules except the pieces start in a different position. The game is played on an 8x8 board with the following setup:
The object of the game is to bring all of one's checkers together into a contiguous body so that they are connected vertically, horizontally or diagonally (8 directions of connectivity). Simultaneous connection of pieces is considered a draw. Stalemate is also a draw.
Players take it in turns to move one piece to either an unoccupied square, or one occupied by an opponents' piece. Checkers move horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. The number of spaces a checker can move is equal to the number of pieces in the line of movement at the start of the turn. This includes checkers of both colors. A piece may move over other pieces of the same color, but may not move over opponents pieces. If a player's piece lands on a square that is occupied by an opponent that piece is removed from the board.
More information including move examples can be found on wikipedia.