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Across The Board

Wooden Tabletop Baseball Game Case of 12

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Well Worth It

12/3/2019 by Kathleen

I was surprised at the size when it arrived, seemed kind of small. Then I picked it up. This is one quality product. Solid wood, somewhat heavy wood with nice smooth well finished edges & solid pegs. Not cheap feeling nor looking. Perfect size. Reminds me of my childhood when quality family time was a priority and our toys and games were still in one piece long after we had outgrown them. Awesome find.

5

Really cool game!

10/23/2019 by Sue

Got this for our grandsons (10 & 7) for Xmas. I was surprised at how well made it is. Think we will all have fun playing it & it will be around for a long time. Definitely recommend it!

5

Nice Quality Game

10/8/2019 by Andrew

High quality game and delivered promptly. Looks like hours of great fun.

5

Lots of fun!

2/3/2019 by Mary

Grandson reports that this is a GREAT drinking game!

5

Big hit with grandsons!

12/29/2018 by Sharlyn

Bought this for baseball loving son and his boys. Immediate winner among Christmas gifts, even with new techie toys!

2

Disappointed

10/22/2019 by T

Much smaller than I anticipated. Only 12.5" high. Good quality but tiny.

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The Across The Board Story

Across the Board | Handcrafted Wooden Games

Classic Fun

Across The Board games are handcrafted wooden tributes to classic games that are designed to get families together. And they are made to last for many years of game night fun.

All the games—from penny hockey to horse racing to a king-of-the-hill strategy game—are straightforward and easy to play. This is deliberate because, to maker Kim McDaniel and her late husband, Ryan, it’s all about gathering family and friends for screen-free time together.

Kim and Ryan were inspired by old-school games they found at Ryan’s mom’s house. They started out in 2008 making their own games for friends in their
garage. Across The Board has since grown into a workshop, where Kim runs the show.

The McDaniels' new-but-nostalgic take on board games is one we appreciate. There are no bells and whistles, but instead you’ll find attractive, well-made wooden boards that are crafted with a keen attention to detail. And we bet you’ll also find lots of kids and grown-ups who want to play them again and again.
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