Rollet goal barrier extension prototype

For a long time I’ve wished I could find a way to make Rollet more fun for beginners when there’s only two players. Too often with beginner one-on-one games the ball goes in the goal after only a second or two of play – it’s boring until the players learn to be better at defending.

Recently we’ve begun experimenting with extensions that you can hook onto the goal barriers, to make it harder to score a goal. The photo shows an extension fitted to one side of the game, leaving the other original for comparison. I know the extension doesn’t look that great – we’ll work on the aesthetics once the shape is finalised. Meanwhile, it would be interesting to hear from our customers what you think of this idea?

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