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Get Outside & Play With Rollors
As a mom I know I’m always telling my kids to get off the multimedia. Especially on the weekend and in the summer. But finding something for the kids to do isn’t always easy. Maybe it is too hot to play tag or they want something just a little more fun. Well, I found a great game that isn’t just for kids. Adults can play it too. One-on-one or in teams. Rollors is fun, easy to transport and a blast to play.
What is Rollors?
Rollors reminds me of a few yard games combined. Sort of like outdoor bowling, Bocce ball and horseshoes combine- but safer.
Each side gets three disks. The disks are rolled, like bowling, with the object to get them as close as possible to the goal.
Traditionally the goals are set 25 feet apart but they can be moved closer together for children or beginners.
When a player rolls the disks they count the total score of all three of their disks. This is a cool way to add a bit of chance to the game since no one knows which side the disk will land one, being a high or low number.
Only one side gets points. It is the side with the disks closest to the goal or within a 5 foot radios. A special measuring cord inserts in the top of the goal and can be rotated in a circle around the goal to see it the disks are close enough.
Goal of the game- winner to 21 points, with a 2 point lead.
Rollors can be played on grass, at the park or at the beach. Rules can be made easier for little kids or harder to add challenges to the game. MSRP: $39.95
You can see our first attempt at playing Rollors. My daughter won the game by a landslide.