ABOUT THIS ITEM
Are You Up For The Challenge?
One of the iconic game events that the participants play in the show is a round of marbles, using the classic nostalgic green glass marbles from the 90s. Players were given drawstring pouches with ten marbles in each of them, and told they could play anything they wanted with their game partners until one participant collected all twenty of the marbles.
Draw a playing circle on the ground and dump all but two of the marbles into the circle. Players use their remaining marble to take turns bouncing or rolling them into the circle to try to knock marbles out of bounds. Any marble that is displaced from the circle is theirs to keep for the game. The game is over when there are no more marbles in the circle.
One player stands with their heels together while the other player kneels about five feet away and tries to toss a marble so it stays between the feet of the other. If they fail, they lose the marble. If they succeed, the standing player drops one of their marbles from waist height, trying to hit the opponent’s marble. If they hit it, they take the marble. If not, they lose that marble. The players change places for the next round.
Handlers / Putt Putt
Dig holes in the ground or bury a few small jars to the rim to create your course. Add water hazards and sand traps as desired. Each player hands player one two marbles each. Player one tosses each of these at the hole. Player one keeps any marbles which make it in the hole. Remaining marble are passed to player two who tried to get them in the hole. This continues until marbles are exhausted.
- Classic design marbles are made of subtle green glass with rainbow swirl detail, just like the marbles from the show!
- Countless games can be played
- The game is over when one person loses all ten of their marbles
- Each marble is 1.6cm / 0.63" in diameter
- Pouch size: 8cm x 10cm (3.15" x 3.9")
- Marble material: Glass
- Pouch material: Cotton velveteen
- Includes: (10) marbles per pouch, (2) pouches - 20 marbles total
- Choking Hazard: Small pieces. Keep away from children under the age of three