|Dsc.:||Rollor Outdoor Yard Game|
|Package:||Color Box/Mail Box/PDQ|
|Sales for:||E-commerce, Shopping Mall, Discount Stores, Retailers|
- NEW FAVORITE GAME: Rollors is a super cool new game which combines horseshoes, bocce ball and outdoor bowling. With a combination of luck and skill, this outdoor game is great for the whole family! The large wooden pieces included in our backyard game set are easy to grab, making this yard game a great choice for kids of all ages and people of all fitness levels. So roll the disks, reach the goal, score points and win!
- THE PERFECT CHOICE FOR KIDS: This brand new outdoor game is the best choice for your children, as it can combine learning, dexterity and fun under the sun! The Rollors will help your kids develop their coordination and precision, all while having the best of times. You can rest assured that our summer game is great for your little ones as it has received the Top 10 Active Games & Creative Child Seal of Excellence Award by Dr. Toy
- GREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY: Rollors isn’t only for kids. This unique yard game has also been presented with the 2015 Men’s Journal ‘Gear of the Year’ Award. The wooden rolling game is great for men, women and kids of all ages and backgrounds, so you can play with your friends, children or even your parents!
- ROLL THEM WHEREVER YOU GO: You can play with this amazing group game wherever you go, so you can always have fun. All pieces of the game are housed in a convenient carrying case, allowing you to grab it and go. Bring the kit along with you to backyard BBQs, picnics, beach outings, camping trips or tailgating parties to add some FUN to your outdoor activity.
Fun game. A cross between bocce ball and horse shoes but unique in its own way. Played with 7 and 9 year-old kids, teens, and adults. Played on sand at the beach, long grass, and short grass. Each surface has its own speed and variations. Rules and scoring are simple. The wood nicks and gets small dents and surface scratches, but that’s to be expected of normal use. The numbered sides add some strategy depending on if your rollers typically fall to the right or left. Getting rollers to stay standing upright (for 7 pts!) is really hard but fun when it happens. The best is getting the roller to stop and lean right up against the tower! I bought 2 extra roller sets (purple/orange) so 4 players can play at once. I feel like 6 players or more might be a little crowded, but certainly doable.