Game Review: Chip-Down

Golf lovers, unite! Have to admit, we are not much of die hard golfers. Our new place is actually right next to a golf course and we have had some time to observe the golfing crowd, and ultimately gained a great appreciation for golfers. They are up at sunrise playing the course, mid day, and…

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Game Review: Shaka Ball

First off, I think they have one of the best logos we have seen so far. The sweet shaka gives off a fun, chill vibe. The branding for this game is: “Shaka Ball – Beach Game.” A perfect description in our opinion, because our first thoughts while playing were, “this would be the perfect beach…

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Game Review: Knock ‘Em

Did you invent a game at the age of 14? Well, neither did we. BUT, Jeston did–the creator of Knock ‘Em. We were able to meet up with Jeston and his dad to play Knock ‘Em. He said that what started as a game with some quarters and dice in his room, quickly turned into…

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Southern Utah

Have you ever been to Southern Utah? There are 5 different National Parks scattered across Southern Utah, and lots of state parks as well. Thinking you want to go? You probably shouldn’t. None of them are pretty. No good views. No good scenery. 😉 Okay, hopefully you gathered that we were joking. Every park is…

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Game Review: Rollors

Are you looking to turn up the heat at your next neighborhood barbeque or level up the competition at your next outdoor game session with friends? If the answer is yes, you’re ready to add an instant classic to your backyard game repertoire–Rollors. It’s an original game that combines horseshoes and bocce. It puts you…

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DIY: Kerplunk

Did you ever play Kerplunk as a kid? You know, this game?  Cassidy used to have this game and LOVED it. Hours of trying to see how intricately you could place the sticks, and how long you could last. Merek on the other hand, had only ever seen Ellen’s version of it that she does…

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Game Review: Bottle Bullseye

Now that it’s officially Spring, the snow is melted, and the grass is getting greener, we can finally get back to reviewing the outdoor games that we love. To start 2020’s outdoor game reviews we thought that we would start with a new game. We just got it a couple weeks ago and we’ve been…

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Game Review: Giant Jumbling Tower (Giant Jenga)

With just one box, it’s a bit short and doesn’t really meet the description of “giant” in our opinion. When you combine two, mid-game it can get closer to 6.5 feet tall! Either way, really fun for all ages, easy to transport, great for a backyard wedding game, bbq game, or a fun family night. We would highly suggest!

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