KLASK: The Magnetic Award-Winning Party Game of Skill - for Kids and Adults of All Ages That’s Half Foosball, Half Air Hockey
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One would get the sense that they were taking this way too seriously if the players’ wide grins to the audience didn’t give it away. That’s its purpose, an immediate injection of tabletop fun for two, on tap, and in that regard, Klask never ever fails to deliver.
Klask: The Award-Winning Party Game That’s Half Table
Dicebreaker considered it to be similar to air hockey and tabletop football, and praised its simplicity and engagement.
Worse, a lightning swerve away from an incoming disc leaves you vulnerable to a shot, or to plonking your cone into your goal.
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Inside a plain linen bag, there are two magnetic sticks and two weird cone-like assemblages that stick above them. You will also need to be careful not to lose control of your striker or fall into the goal on your side, as this will give your opponent a point. Most of the times we use KLASK when we deliver a project as a positive and fun end to a nice installation.I received a KLASK game for my 60 th birthday, with my own picture on and it was a cool and unique present. The two players sit at opposite ends of the playing board and use large magnets underneath it to control their playing piece (striker) and steer the ball into the hole (goal) in their opponent's side of the board. If two of those magnets (inscrutably nicknamed “biscuits”) attach to your striker, your opponent scores a point.