First 2 Fifty in Wooden Crate
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First to Fifty (commonly referred to as Finska) is an outdoor game that is becoming very popular when entertaining outdoors. Definitely a ‘must’ when packing up the car to go on holiday, whether it be camping or heading to the bach!
The game can be played by people of all ages (from children to grandparents) and is a great outdoor family game. It is also an ideal team-building activity in the corporate setting.
This First to Fifty game comes packaged in a wooden carry crate. Branding options are available which makes it an ideal corporate gift for customers and staff. Simply reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
First to Fifty originates from the Finnish game Finska or Molkky, a throwing game with characteristics like Bowling, Kubb and Petanque. First 2 Fifty requires tactics and strategy (and a bit of luck) to race to exactly 50 points to be victorious! Every game is different!
The game is made up of wooden pins numbered from 1 to 12, and there is one wooden throwing log for tossing at the wooden pins. Players stand about 3-4 metres away from the wooden pins when tossing the throwing log. Players need to toss the throwing log under arm at the pins and knock over pins depending on how many points they would like to receive.
The placement of the pins starts in a cluster as close as they can be, together, and each time the log is thrown the wooden pins will scatter further and further away from each other. The pins are then re-set in the position they have landed for the next player's turn. This makes it harder for players to hit pins as they are not close together.
The aim of the game is to reach exactly 50 points. This can take a long, or short time depending on players' strategies. Hitting higher numbers will help you reach the score quicker but be careful because your score will drop back to 25 if you go over the winning number of 50.
If players hit only one pin, they will receive the number on that pin (1-12), however, if they hit more than one pin the number of pins hit is counted and that number is the player's score.
Make sure you add this one to your gifting list today!