Counterclockwise Z Kicks in SRS
In the above, the Z minos are facing North, West, South, and East, respectively, from left to right.
A quick way to check if there was a kick involved in determining the final piece position is to compare the rotation center of the initial piece position with the rotation center of the final piece position. Showing the rotation center also helps us figure out what the rotation state the pieces are in, especially for S pieces and Z pieces. That's why we're showing them on this page.
You can try North to West kicks here on Jstris.
You can try West to South kicks here on Jstris.
Performing this kick is not reversible in the first example unless you place a block on the blue spot, as shown in the second example above.
This kick is useful for downstacking. In the example below, the mino is rotated counterclockwise twice.
You can try South to East kicks here on Jstris.
You can try East to North kicks here on Jstris.
To see demonstrations of clockwise Z kicks, visit the page linked below for counterclockwise S kicks and click the "Click here to see clockwise Z kicks" button at the top of the page.
- Harddrop Wiki on SRS
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