Jumbo Sized Yard Pong
Jumbo Sized Yard Pong Rental
Inflatable Party Magic LLC is helping you take the fun of party games to new and exciting levels with this Jumbo Sized Yard Pong Game with a jumbo wall to go with it.. Jumbo Yard Pong also known as Bucket Ball or Patio Pong is a jumbo outdoor beer pong game on steroids that is made for hours of fun that you can play anywhere. This game is designed for all ages to enjoy and can be played several different ways.
How to Play Yard Pong
- YARD PONG is played with 1 or 2 person teams, 12 buckets and 2 balls
- Each team is to set up a triangle of 6 YARD PONG buckets opposite of one another.
- Distance between sets of buckets can be determined by the skill of the players involved, available space, and/or depending on the wind conditions if outdoors. 15 Feet should be the minimum distance allowed between each of the front YARD PONG buckets. If that gets too easy, back the triangles up.
- The object of the game is to either throw or bounce the ball into the other teams YARD PONG buckets and eliminate all of the other teams buckets before they eliminate all of yours. Players should stand behind their last bucket while throwing or bouncing the ball.
- Throwing the ball into a YARD PONG bucket eliminates that particular bucket and it shall be removed from the triangle. (If the ball goes in then bounces out, it does not count!)
- Bouncing the ball into the YARD PONG bucket eliminates the bucket the ball went into and one other of the shooters choice. DEFENSE: On bounce shots, the opposing team may catch, swat, scissor-kick, head bunt or do anything else with their bodies to safely prevent the ball from going into the YARD PONG buckets after the shot hits the ground. This same defense may also be played if the shot bounces off the rim of the YARD PONG bucket. Careful, if it bounces in off of you, it counts! **While playing defense, if you knock any of your own YARD PONG bucket/s over in the process, they are taken away just as if the other team had made a shot in them.
- A team must shoot both YARD PONG balls before the other team shoots and each player on the team must take a turn.
- If a team makes both of their shots, they get both of the YARD PONG balls back for another turn.
- If a YARD PONG bucket is knocked over by a shot, then the bucket is stood up, put back in its original position and is not taken away.
- When a team's final YARD PONG bucket has been made, each player on that team will get a chance to shoot until he/she misses. If they succeed in making it in all of the opponents remaining buckets the game will go into a 3- bucket overtime round formation.
- If the other team can’t force the game into overtime and all of their YARD PONG buckets have been eliminated, YOUR TEAM WINS!!!!