wedgelock pieces
And another one-minute invention, see DropZone above. It was a natural consequence. However, there's a difference with the parent game in that in WedgeLock the pieces have a natural orientation, either upwards or downwards, yellow or blue. So permutating half-balls and blank edges over them was the obvious thing to do. And it was equally natural to give the players two half-sets each, one the blue ones, the other the yellow ones.

Enschede, december 2020

christian freeling