Available for local customers only. Call (800) 777-2235 (dial 3 for customer service) for availability. Games are rented for $35.00 every seven days ($35.00 per week). You may pick up or drop off your rented games anytime weekdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST, or during the school year (September through May) we are open on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM CST. Games weigh about 35 pounds each. We rent out ALL our games weekly and ask that you return them promptly upon the day they are due, in the condition and with the accessories included as you received them. A full fee (the actual selling price of the game) will be assessed and charged to the customer’s credit card account, if the games are not returned or are returned seriously damaged. Repair or replacement fees will apply when applicable. Games are “one piece” - they can not be broken down or taken apart.



Rental Block Island

Block Island

The object of the game is to strike all six dice with the suspended tennis ball to reach the total maximum points of 36 points.

Place the game on a level surface. Stack the dice into a pyramid shape on the elevated block. The player is to knock down the dice by pulling back and then releasing the tennis ball suspended from the chain. The dice that scatter are counted and tallied for points.

Hint: Have a specific point on the face of each dice always turned toward the players at the start of each new game to help keep the game “fair”. Determine in advance how many swings of the tennis ball each player should get per game. A point system will work great in order to reward the players accordingly. For example, If only four dice fall from the island, dice A lands on 5, dice B lands on 1, dice C lands on 3 and dice D lands on 5, the player has obtained a total of 14 points.

  • Length: 37 1/2 inches
  • Width: 17 inches
  • Height: 18 inches
  • Dice: 1 1/2 inches

Rental Bowling

Bowling

Just like the real thing! Place the game on a level surface. Mark a line a couple of feet away from the front of the game that the bowlers may not cross. Roll the bowling ball down the bowling lane with as much force as possible. As the ball hits the pin(s) they will flip up and over, indicating the number of points earned.

Hint: A point system rewards the players. For example, each player gets a total of 4 rolls down the bowling lane and the point system is as such:

  • 6 Pins: 100 Points "Strike"
  • 5 Pins: 75 Points "Spare"
  • 4 Pins: 40 Points
  • 3 Pins: 30 Points
  • 2 Pins: 20 Points
  • 1 Pins: 10 Points
  • 0 Pins: 0 Points
  • Length: 74 inches
  • Width: 20 inches
  • Height: 12 inches

Rental Crazy Driver

Crazy Driver

The object of the game is to maneuver the ball all the way to the end using the tilt handles without the ball falling off the track. The difficulty can be adjusted by raising or lowering the level of the track; the higher the track, the harder the difficulty. Players get 4 balls.

Notice: exercise caution when adjusting the track to avoid pinching fingers!

  • Length: 49 1/2 inches
  • Width: 16 1/2 inches
  • Height: 11 1/2 inches
  • Ball Diameter: 1 3/4 inches

Rental Home Plate

Home Plate

The object of the game is to break the plate using a bean bag or thrown object. The player gets 3 chances to break the plate. Some force is necessary to break the plastic plates. Paper plates can be used in place of the plastic plates if the player does not have much throwing strength, or if all of the plastic plates have been used up.

  • Length: 28 inches
  • Width: 9 inches
  • Height: 32 inches

Rental Milk Bottle Toss

Milk Bottle Toss

Players receive three balls to throw at the milk bottles. The player stands at the foul line and tosses the balls one at a time at the six milk bottles. The player must knock over all six bottles to win. Increase the difficulty! Stack 6 bottles in a pyramid on top of a small table. Knock ALL 6 bottles completely off the table to win! Consolation prizes can be given when knocking off 1-5 bottles.

  • Width: 3 inches
  • Height: 8 inches
  • Ball Diameter: 3 inches

Rental Over the Jump

Over The Hump

The object of the game is to roll the ball in such a way that it clears the first hump and, as it rolls up the second rise and back down toward the first hump, it comes to rest in the trough between the two humps. Easy enough? Absolutely not!

Over the Jump Diagram

Place the game on a LEVEL surface. Any age group does not easily conquer this game. Teens are challenged and beaten by it constantly!

  • Wood Frame (top)
  • Length: 84 inches
  • Width: 9 1/4 inches
  • Height: 14 1/2 inches
  • Ball Diameter: 5 inches
  • Metal Frame (bottom)
  • Length: 84 inches
  • Width: 9 1/4 inches
  • Height: 14 1/2 inches
  • Ball Diameter: 5 inches

Rental Over-Under

Over-Under

The object of the game is to score over 9 points and under 15 points if you are playing with 3 balls, and to score over 15 points and under 24 points if you are playing with 6 balls.

Place the game on a level surface. Place a ¼” thickness of cardboard (or whatever works) at the front end of the game to angle the playing surface back slightly so the balls don’t hang up on the dividers.

Have the player roll the balls, one at a time, towards the slots at the end. As the balls land in the numbered slots add them all up at the completion of the play and determine if the total is over 9 points and under 15 points (3 ball play) or over 15 points and under 24 points (6 ball play).

If the total is between 10 and 14 (3 ball play) or between 16 and 23 (6 ball play), you have a winner!

  • Length: 60 inches
  • Width: 23 inches
  • Height: 10 inches

Rental Shuffle Board

Shuffle Board

The object of the game is to score the most points by using only 3 discs.

Shuffle Board Diagram

Place the game on a level surface. The player must use their hands to slide the discs down the board and try to land the discs into the holes on the game board. Players can also do this by knocking a disc, which is already on the board, into another disc to get them into one of the holes. The holes decrease in worth in successive order. For example, use the diagram below.

  • Length: 74 inches
  • Width: 18 1/2 inches
  • Height: 10 inches
  • Puck Diameter: 2 1/2 inches

Rental Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

The object of the game is to have the players place a ticket on a number (numbered apron provided) they would like to see win. Spin the wheel and whichever number comes up is the big winner!

Hint: Allow only one ticket per number.

Hint: Only spin the wheel after a certain percentage (or all) the numbers are covered. The prize awarded for this game (number of tickets or an actual prize) should be calculated on a minimum number of tickets it collects with each play. Remember, only one number wins when selected.

Hint: It is possible to have A GRAND PRIZE, 2nd Prize and 3rd Prize; The winning number is the grand prize. The closest number played to the left on the apron is the 2nd prize and the closest number played on the right is the 3rd prize. But remember to calculate the prize awards on the minimum number of players allowed.

  • Length: 12 inches
  • Width: 23 inches
  • Height: 34 inches