Ladder Ball Game

Regulations / Rules

Objective / Objective

The goal of the game is to hook or wrap the balls around the bars attached to the target structure and earn points.

The object of the game is to hang or wrap the balls around the dowels attached to the target structure and score points.

Players / Players

2 to 4 players.

2 to 4 players.

Préparation / Preparation

  1. Make sure the playing field is flat and clear of any obstacles.
  2. Target structures should be approximately 6 meters (20 feet) apart.
  3. Make sure there are no objects behind the target structure, make sure the wall has no windows, or that the wall is made of materials that won't be damaged by a bullet.
  4. Six balls are used during a game. Three of each color.

  1. Ensure that the playing field is flat and clear of all obstructions.
  2. The target structures should be approximately 20 feet (6 meters) apart from each other.
  3. Ensure that there are no objects behind the target structure. If there is a wall behind the target structure, ensure that the wall has no windows or that the wall is composed of materials that could not be damaged by the balls.
  4. Six balls are used during the game, three of each color.

Security / Security

  1. All participants and non-participants (including pets) must remain behind, at a safe distance of at least 3 meters (10 feet) from the playing field (assuming it is (an experienced player, otherwise a greater distance may be necessary.)
  2. No person should be between a player and the target structure at any time.
  3. Keep out of reach of young children.
  4. All players as well as non-participants must always be attentive and observe the game at all times to avoid injuries caused by poorly thrown bolas and other similar dangers.

How to play / How to play

  1. Read the safety rules.
  2. To play in teams of one , opposing players throw from the same end of the playing field ensuring that both feet remain outside the playing structure when throwing.
  3. Each player throws their balls in turn, as follows: player 1, player 2, player 1, etc. Until all balls have been thrown towards the target structure. This is important because you can bump into your opponent's bolas and knock them off the target structure, and therefore, reduce the number of points your opponent scores during that round.
  4. When all 6 balls have been thrown, the round is over and the points are counted. Only bolas that are still hanging from the target structure at the end of the round are counted. At no time should balls be removed from the playing field or structures until the round is completed.
  5. When all the balls have been thrown, change ends of the court and continue playing until one player reaches 21.
  6. To play in teams of two , one player from each team positions themselves a safe distance from the target structure at opposite ends of the playing field. After playing a round at one end, your partner will now play at the other end until what a team reaches 21.
  7. The recommended way to throw balls is to grab one end and gently throw them in an arc toward the opposite structure.
  8. To determine who starts the game, a ball of each color must be thrown from one structure to the other. The player with the highest points for this throw begins the game.

  1. Read the Safety rules.
  2. To play singles , opposing players throw from the same end of the playing field, ensuring both feet always remain behind the structure.
  3. Each player alternates throwing their balls (Player 1, Player 2, Player 1, etc.) until all the balls have been thrown towards the target. This is important because you can knock your opponent's balls off the target, thereby decreasing the amount of points scored by your opponent during that round of play.
  4. After all 6 balls have been thrown, the round is over and the points are tallied. Only the balls that are still hanging from the target at the end of the round are counted. At no point should the balls be removed from the playing field or target until the round is over.
  5. Once all the balls have been thrown switch ends and continue playing until one of the players has reached 21.
  6. To play doubles , A player from each team is stationed at a safe distance from the target at the opposite end of the playing field. After playing a round from one end, your partner will now play from the other end until one team reaches 21.
  7. The recommended way to throw the balls is to grasp one end and gently throw it in an arc toward the opposite target.
  8. To determine who starts the game, one ball of each color must be thrown from one target structure to the other. The player with the highest number of points in one throw starts the game.

Pointing / Scoring

  1. The game is won when a player or team reaches exactly 21 points.
  2. If a player or team has 19 points and scores 3 points (22 total), the player must subtract the points from their current score. In this case, your new score will be 16.

  1. The game is won when one player or team reaches exactly 21 points.
  2. If a team or team has 19 points and scores 3 points (22 total) the player must subtract the points from their current score. In this case, your new score would be 16.

Warning

Adult supervision is required to play this game. Not recommended for children under 8 years old. This game can cause injury or death from blows to the head, eyes or face, strangulation or other serious injury. Only use this product in accordance with the instructions and obey all safety rules noted above. Store this product so that it is not accessible to young children and out of their reach. It is the game owner's responsibility to ensure that incorrect throws can cause property damage. All players are responsible for ensuring that the games are played safely. Please play this games carefully.

Adult supervision is required to play this game. Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. Only use the product as directed and obey all of the safety rules noted higher. Store the product so that it is inaccessible and out of reach of young children. The owner of the game is responsible for ensuring that the warnings and rules are provided to all players. Misthrown balls may cause property damage. All players are responsible to ensure that the game is played safely. Play this game carefully.