Murbles

Outdoor Lawn Game Case of 10

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Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

good fun

5/12/2014 by Brenda

We all enjoy this game, young and old. Nice to have something that can be played on all types of surfaces and in all weather conditions.

5

My granddkids luv these

4/29/2014 by Thomas

I keep them in my suv so i have them handy when we go to the park or picnicing. Everybody ask about tbem. We got the green and yellow, match the packer colors. 5 star.

5

Fun!

12/10/2013 by Missy

Bought these to play during the time between the ceremony and reception (while bride and groom took pictures). Everyone had fun!

5

Thanksgiving fun

9/27/2013 by mary

Still too hot in Phoenix area to play outside. But we are looking forward to using marbles when the whole family gathers for Thanksgiving. Look like a quality product that will last.

5

A quick, easy game for the whole family.

6/30/2013 by Sue

I purchased this as a family game. My grandkids are ages 3-9 and this is a games they can all play together; plus it's enjoyable for the adults. I like that the instructions are printed on the bag.

5

fun for the family

6/28/2013 by susant

i have only used the set once to play with my grandsons when they visited. I look forward to taking this set camping.

4

Fun game

8/14/2017 by Crystal

We had hours of fun with this game at our 4th of July picnic.

4

Quality parts and fun

2/1/2017 by Amy

Parents may want to consider an age limit for use - little kids tend to want to pick them up and throw at each other or at things outside the game area. Haha. Adults enjoyed !

4

Looks like fun

11/7/2016 by Billye

I bought two sets for two of my grown kids and their families. I think they will have a great time playing this in the yards. They will be Christmas gifts so I will have to wait to tell you how much they liked them.

4

Fun game

12/26/2015 by Catherine

The family had fun with this game. Anyone can play.

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The Murbles Story

Murbles - Outdoor Game

Ready to Roll

If you can’t beat ‘em, then why not make your own game? That’s what Murray Kramer did back in the late 1970s when he couldn’t win a game of horseshoes against his gentlemanly neighbor. A college student at the time, Murray created what are essentially giant marbles and devised a game that’s loosely based on bocce. Today, the all-ages game of Murbles is fun to play in any outdoor setting—at the beach, in your backyard, at a campsite, you name it.

The rules are simple. One or two players on each team try to toss their Murbles closest to the point ball. Points are awarded in each round, and the
first team to reach 10 points wins the set. The game winner is declared when a team takes two out of three sets.

Murbles doesn’t require any special skills, it can be played on virtually any terrain (obstacles such as trees, rocks, and sand dunes just increase the excitement, Murray says), and it comes in a handy canvas carrying bag that’s easy to bring on vacation or to a get-together. The 3-inch game balls are made in America using recycled plastic material. If you want to spice up your summer games routine, try tossing Murbles. It’s easy to get addicted!
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