Play Bobble Ball With A Cue Watch the VideoBelow Pool players must kick the cue ball against a minimum of one rail and contact Bobble Ball in order to earn the right to pocket a billiard ball and continue their turn. Caroms Returns To The Game!
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Play Bobble Ball By Hand
Watch Animation Below Players roll traditional billiard balls toward Bobble Ball and try to get their ball closer to
Bobble Ball than their opponent's ball. However, rolling straight is too easy, players must bank against one or more rails to get there!
Shuffleboard On A Pool Table!
Bobble Ball Cue Games
A Game That Improves Your Game! "Great Kicking Practice" "Good For Touch Shots" "Makes You Think" "Teaches Ball Control" "Combines Discipline And Fun"
Play Traditional 8-Ball and 9-Ball With Bobble Ball
"Kids at the club enjoy Bobble Ball (hand version) because this game requires strategy, skills, and critical thinking that keeps them wanting to play." M. Flores, Boys and Girls Club of Anaheim
"Our active adults were so exited when we added Bobble Ball to our recreation program! They enjoy the socialization, friendly competition, and playing such a challenging, fun game! J. Branich, Anaheim Community Center
"I have personally played this game and I have found it quite fun. It may appear strange and kinda pointless, but once you try it out, it is very entertaining." You Tube Viewer Comment
The answer is simple. When using a round ball as the "Target" ball, the challenge of the game disappears because the round ball will roll away if hit thereby messing up the strategy of trying to get close to it or messing up the position of other balls on the table surface. When hitting an Egg Shaped Ball, the ball typically just turns in a circle and stays in the same general area thereby keeping the game challenging and fun!
"Should I Go or Should I Stay?" Bobble Dice Game Old Dice Game Made New With Easy Score Keeping Beads! No more cumbersome paper and pencil... (Similar to Greed, Farkle, and 1000/5000/10,000 Games)
Player rolls 5 dice and calulates points using the included score chart. (Scores are all divisible by 50) Player can earn more points if he/she rolls again, but if no points are rolled, accumulated score for that turn is lost. Player can stop his turn at any time and keep all accumulated points. Player achieving the predetermined score wins the game!
This is an old classic game played in variations such as Greed, Farkle, and 1000/5000/10,000, but ours is unique because we have retired the cumbersome requirement to keep score via the traditional paper and pencil and made the game FUN by adding our easy to use Score Keeping Beads which holds 3000 points per string.
White = 100 points Black = 50 points
Once a player reaches 3000, the banker moves that player's color bead on the red/blue/black/white string to represent 3000 points allowing player to start over on the black/white string.