Mancala (Arabic: منقلة manqalah) refers to a family of two-player turn-based strategy board games played with small stones, beans, or seeds and rows of holes or pits in the earth, a board or other playing surface .
I like mancala. It is a common copyright free game (sold alongside checkers, backgammon, cribbage boards). We played it a bunch while traveling. The kids also play this when they have “math game time” at school.
When I saw your test cuts I thought, “They should make mancala”
If it makes money or not I think it is a great outlet for creativity and should at least self fun your projects. I like to make stuff to learn but if I had things piling up I would not keep making them long. Worst case is you keep making things and hear the glorious…“I want one of those”.