A Geometric Re-Thinking of Chess
Looking for a game to challenge your mind flexibility while exercising strategic thinking and 3-D imagination? Welcome to K-DRON, a remarkably compact yet complex structure that will test your patience, precision, and intelligence. With K-DRON, you'll be able to challenge yourself at 16 different applications of varying skill levels, including a radical new version of chess. You'll even be able to use the K-DRON blocks in an interactive web game with over 38,0000 possibilities.
When the original chess game was invented thousands of years ago it reflected the social structure at that time. The K-Dron Chess Game reflects the social structure of our society now, which is very mobile. One may be born a peasant and end up becoming a CEO of a large company. The rulers, no longer kings, are elected and no position is guaranteed for life. In K-Dron Chess, all the figures start off as pawns and get transformed into knights, bishops, or rooks any time during the game. There are only 5 pieces involved per player, but the strategies, as in life, differ with every move. Chess board not included.
More about the K-DRON spatial form:
K-DRON is both a remarkably simple and complex structure. Its basic form has a square base, 11 multifaceted sides and a diamond-shaped face with a 45 degree angle of inclination. Viewed from above, it is a square within a square. The surface structure is both symmetrical and asymmetrical, concave and convex.
Because of the opposite but complementary nature of its structure, two basic K-DRONs placed on top of each other form a cube. Its structure is intrinsically related to the symmetry of such common forms as the cube, pyramid, octahedron.