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Kerplunk

A beautiful feature for any event that stands at 1.5 meters tall.

The aim of the game is to pull out a stick and to not drop any balls. If you do you have to keep the balls that fall. The person at the end of the game with the least amount of balls wins.

Dating back to 1967 it is a family favourite that will bring back a fond memory.

Connect Four

Did you know there are 4,531,985,219,092 different ways the dots can be arranged.

Standing at 1.1 meters tall, connect four is sure to be a fan favourite at your next event.

Giant Jenga

Whoever topples the tower, builds the next one!

Robert Grebler claims to have built the tallest Jenga tower ever at almost 41 levels, can you beat the record?

Giant Chess

Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a checkered board with 64 squares arranged in an 8×8 square grid.

 

Played by millions of people worldwide, chess is believed to be derived from the Indian game chaturanga sometime before the 7th century.

Naughts + Crosses

Whether you know it by Tic Tac Toe, Naughts and Crosses or X's and O's, it is a game both young and old can enjoy.

What's your favourite strategy?

Cornhole

Cornhole (also known regionally as bags, sack toss, or bean bag) is a lawn game in which players take turns throwing 16 ounce bags of corn kernels at a raised platform (board) with a hole in the far end.

 

A bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the board scores 1 point. Play continues until a team or player reaches or exceeds the score of 21 by means of cancellation scoring.

Croquet 

Unlike in the classic 'Alice in Wonderland' no hedgehogs for balls or flamingos for mallets in this set.

Sophisticated and classic, croquet is a game for kings and queens.

Limbo

How low can you go?

What could be more fun than Limbo at your next event. Find out which family member or friend is the most limber. This game will sur

Bocce

Whether you play them traditionally or set them up to topple, dominoes are a great addition to your next event.

The current record for toppling dominoes is 4,345,027 tiles.

Dominoes

The third most popular sport in the world Bocce is sure to be enjoyed by all your guests.

Skittles

A classic game even the youngest guest can have a turn of.

Skittles are one of the earliest know forms of bowling and ground billiards, even as far back as c. 3300 BCE in ancient Egypt.

Snakes + Ladders

A game known and adored by all.

Great for little and big kids alike. Snakes and Ladders is a family classic and will be a hit at your next event.

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