I've designed this with a snap on lid, which holds the pieces in place and saves your game!
The lid snaps on the bottom for storage while in use. It's great for travel.
Edward deBono may be one of the worlds smartest people. He coined the term "lateral thinking"
The first book of his I read was "a five day course in thinking" which changed my life. deBono recognized that we have a multitude of problem solving mental states or systems, and that learning to understand or sense which strategies, or pathways were available to us (and which one we are on) was fundamental to effective problem solving.
This game (included in the book) can be played indefinitely by two skilled players, is won by arranging the board such that your opponent can no longer move.
The rules are very simple
you must move your L onto at least one new board space each turn. The L can be flipped, but can not overlap another piece.
- if you wish, you may move one of the circular neutral pieces to any unoccupied board space (the color doesn't matter, either player can move either ring).
Game ends when your opponent can not move their L.