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Good for kids that like to chase balls

1/9/2019 by Diane

The concept of the game is o.k., but it gets a bit tiring having to keep the balls from going every which way if you do not get the shot just right. I may try getting a hard "plate" surface (like a small tile) for each player to bounce the ball off of, and putting a felt cover over the table in order to keep the balls from bouncing all over the place and making it easier to catch them when we miss a shot.


Too difficult

7/20/2020 by Joanne

I bought this as a family game for children 9 to adults. The skill needed to get the ping pong balls in the nest is way beyond all of us! The bracket needs to be much bigger with wider openings. Most of game is spent chasing the balls all over the room...very few make it into the brackets.



12/28/2018 by Jean

This game looked like fun, but neither the younger kids nor the teens liked it. Where to play it was a problem. The surface has to be perfect for the bounce. Chasing the balls took away from the fun. I would tell them to go back to the drawing board. Difficult for my eight year old to get the balls in.

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Battle Games | Bounce Battle Game Set

Bounce To A Win

Bounce Battle Game is a bouncing—and oftentimes ricocheting, rolling, and hopping—family party game that makes for a rollicking good time. The object is to bounce orange and white ping pong balls into the wooden cube. Don’t think it’s that easy, there are lots of different ways to play to mix up the fun with classics like Tic-Tac-Toe, H-O-R-S-E, or new games like Alphabet Soup, Nine Cup, and Level Out. If you’re not feeling up to a game, you can practice taking solo shots.

Maker Eric Held wanted to create a ping pong ball-based game that the whole family could play. Bounce Battle Game is the
result of his creative drive to make something fun that also relies on a little strategy and good bouncing skills. Read More Read Less