CORNHOLE GAME PLAY INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Setup: Place the two boards 27 feet apart, facing each other. Each player or team stands behind one of the boards.
  2. Game Play: 4 Players in two teams take turns tossing the bags at the opposite board, trying to get them through the hole or on the board. The bags can be thrown from either side of the board, and players can throw from anywhere behind the front of the board.
  3. Scoring: A bag that goes through the hole is worth three points, and a bag that lands on the board is worth one point. The score is calculated by subtracting the lower score from the higher score. For example, if one team scores two points and the other team scores one point, the first team would get one point for that round.
  4. Winning: The game is won by the first player or team to reach 21 points. However, the game can also be played to 11 or any other agreed-upon number.
  5. Fouls: A foul occurs when a player steps over the front of the board while throwing, throws out of turn, or throws a bag before the previous bag has come to rest. Fouls result in a loss of the bag and no points.
  6. Optional rules: Some players may choose to play with additional rules, such as requiring the bag to hit the board before going in the hole or requiring the player to throw with the opposite hand.

CONNECT 4 GAME PLAY INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Setup: Each player selects a color of discs and takes turns dropping their discs into the columns of the game board.
  2. Game Play: The first player starts by dropping one of their colored discs into any column of their choice. The disc will fall to the lowest unoccupied row of that column. The second player then takes their turn and drops their colored disc into a different column.
  3. Scoring: The goal of the game is to get four of your colored discs in a row, either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. The first player to do so wins the game. If all the discs are played without any player achieving four in a row, the game is considered a tie.
  4. Winning: Once a player has a line of 4 discs in a row, they should call out “Connect 4” to signal their win. The game ends immediately, and that player is declared the winner.
  5. Optional rules: Some players may choose to play with additional rules, such as requiring the first player to make their move in the center column or requiring the players to alternate starting positions in each game.

Connect 4 is a fun and easy-to-learn game that can be played by people of all ages. With these instructions, you should be able to set up and play the game quickly and easily.

JENGA GAME PLAY INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Setup: Begin by stacking the wooden blocks in a tower formation, with three blocks placed side by side to form a square. Place another layer of blocks on top of the first layer, but with the blocks oriented perpendicular to the blocks below them. Continue alternating the direction of the blocks with each layer until you have built a tower that is 18 layers high.
  2. Game Play: The first player begins by choosing any block from the bottom three layers of the tower and carefully removing it without causing the tower to collapse. Once the block is removed, the player must place it on top of the tower, perpendicular to the blocks below it. Play then continues with the next player taking a turn.
  3. Scoring: There is no scoring in Giant Jenga. The game is won by the last player who successfully removes and places a block on top of the tower without causing it to collapse.
  4. Winning: The game is won when the tower falls over. The last player who successfully placed a block on top of the tower without causing it to collapse is considered the winner.
  5. Optional rules: Some players may choose to play with additional rules, such as requiring players to use only one hand to remove and place blocks, or requiring players to remove and place blocks with their non-dominant hand.

LADDER TOSS GAME PLAY INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Setup: Begin by setting up the ladders in a vertical position with the rungs spaced evenly apart. The distance between the ladders should be around 15 feet. The bottom rungs of the ladders should be placed around 3 feet apart.
  2. Game Play: The objective of the game is to toss the bolas and have them wrap around the rungs of the ladders. The game is typically played with two teams of two players each. Players take turns tossing the bolas towards the ladders from behind a designated throwing line.
  3. Scoring: The top rung of the ladder is worth three points, the middle rung is worth two points, and the bottom rung is worth one point. Players can score points by having their bolas wrap around the rungs of the ladder. Only one bola can be scored per rung.
  4. Winning: The game is won when a team reaches a predetermined point total, typically 21 points. If multiple teams reach the winning point total in the same round, the game continues until a single team has the highest score at the end of the round.
  5. Optional rules: Some players may choose to play with additional rules, such as requiring the bolas to be tossed underhand or overhand, or requiring players to alternate throwing from each team.

BOCCE BALL GAME PLAY INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Setup: Begin by choosing a level playing surface, such as a lawn or a sandy beach. Divide the players into two teams, with each team using their four balls. One player from the starting team will toss the pallino onto the playing surface. The pallino should be thrown at least 10 feet away from the throwing area and should not hit any obstacles.
  2. Game Play: The team that threw the pallino will begin by tossing one of their bocce balls towards the pallino, attempting to get as close to the target as possible. The opposing team will then throw one of their bocce balls, attempting to get closer to the pallino than their opponents. Play then continues with each team alternating turns and throwing their remaining three balls.
    Scoring: Once all eight balls have been thrown, points are awarded to the team with the ball closest to the pallino. The team that has the closest ball scores one point for each of their balls that are closer to the pallino than the opposing team’s closest ball. If the teams have balls that are the same distance from the pallino, no points are scored in that round.
  3. Winning: The game is typically played until one team reaches a predetermined number of points, typically between 10 and 21. If both teams have the same number of points at the end of the game, a tiebreaker round can be played.
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