Rollors (American) Jul 12, 2011 16:39:46 GMT -6
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jul 12, 2011 16:39:46 GMT -6
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The Rollors game is a hot new outdoor game that combines some elements of other classic outdoor games like bocce ball, lawn bowling and horseshoes. This game was invented by military veteran Matt Butler in 2009 while on duty in Afghanistan.
The games comes with 2 pyramid shaped goals, 6 disks, a measuring cord and it all comes packed into a handy nylon carrying bag. You can play this game on both sand and grass.
How to play Rollors
It's pretty simple to play. Each rollor disk has a number on each side ranging from 1-6. Just set the goals 25' feet apart and start rolling the disks just like you you would roll a bowling ball. You can toss roll them too, hence being a product on the Tossing Games website. The rollor disk that is closest to the goal gets the point value that is facing up. In order to score, your rollor disk must be within a 5' radius of the center of the goal. Don't worry, the Rollors game comes with a measuring cord to assist in scoring.
Rollors that land on their sides: You get the point value showing.
Rollors that stop on the edge: You get to add the 2 values on both sides of the rollors disk.
Rollors leaning on the goals: You get double the point value that is showing.
Players roll one disk at a time alternating players until all rollors disks are used. In order to win you simply have to be the first one to score 21 points or more... but wait there's more. You have to win by at least 2 points.
Imagine playing a game of rollors on a fresh cut lawn this summer! It doesn't get much better than that.