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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Rollors Outdoor Game Review and Giveaway

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

We had the opportunity to facilitate a review for the outdoor family game Rollors .


We were excited to receive the Rollors game. Our teenagers had it set up within minutes of it arriving and we immediately set to reading the directions. Setting it up was simple, and we figured out how to play from the detailed instructions in no time.

Rollors is an outdoor game that is played in the grass, dirt or sand. The game combines elements from the classic games Horseshoes, Bowling and Bocce.

The game includes:
2 Wooden Goals
3 Wooden Discs with Red designs
3 Wooden Discs with Blue designs
Blue Measurement Cord-easily connects to each goal
Carrying bag with zipper
Instruction Book

Rollors is a game of skill and luck. To play you will need 2-4 players. The players will take turns rolling three of the over-sized wooden discs towards the wooden goal 25 feet away. Whatever team or player that has positioned their wooden discs closest to the goal is awarded the face up points on the disc. If there is confusion about whose disc is closest to the goal, pull out that handy blue measuring cord. The Instruction book also goes into detail about counting points throughout the game. The game is played until one player or team has reached 21 and wins by at least 2 points.


To play a single game can take between 10 and 20 minutes, unless your family is like mine and has to go for the best scores out of ten games. We had a wonderful time playing as a family. After we all played I got pictures of the kids playing. At first their were three of them, so one waited to play the winner. It was entertaining to watch them play and change up the game a bit with their own rules.

Rollors has won numerous awards including:
Dad Does Approved in 2012
Nappa Award in 2013
Product of the year award from Family Review Center in 2013
Toys Tips and Trust (TTT)
Men's Journal "Best Gear" in 2014

Air Force Officer Matt Butler, a Minnesota Native is the inventor of Rollors. Like many Air Force Personnel he would daydream about home and spending time with his family playing games in the backyard. He visualized the Rollors game while on downtime between deployments overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan, supporting combat operations. When Matt returned he developed a prototype and it was well received at BBQ's, parties and other outdoor get togethers. Around the time of the recession Matt noticed that many local Veterans were out of work. They had the resident wood working skills so Matt employed them to construct the wooden discs and cone-shaped targets used in the game. And that is the basic story behind the invention of Rollors. It was an ingenious idea all the way around, a fun family game that helped give a lot of well deserving families a hand up.

Rollors is a super fun and easy game for people of all ages to play. I really like how the game is constructed out of wood. It will last a very long time. The carrying case is made out of a nylon material with a zipper closure and carrying handle. It is compact so that the contents will stay contained and easily stored or carry it with you on your next trip to the beach or an outside party. We are very happy to be adding this to our collection of outdoor games.



The Rollors Game can be purchased on their website or at Amazon. If you have Amazon prime you will get a quick two day shipping.

You can connect with Rollors on their:

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@rollors .

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Rollors Blog .

Rollor's Website .

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16 comments:

  1. I can see myself playing this in the back yard with all my grandkids

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  2. I see myself playing with my grandkids in our backyard.
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  3. Would have lots of fun playing this with my kids and their friends in the backyard.

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  4. I think it would be fun to take on camping trips.

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  5. I can see myself playing Rollors with my 2 Grandkids, at the park.

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  6. This would be great for playing when we have backyard BBQ's.

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  7. This would be great to play all summer with friends in our backyard!

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  8. I could see using this at our next barbecue!

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  9. I would play this regularly with my boys in our backyard.

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  10. We would use this at our summer cabin!!

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  11. I can see us playing this at a family picnic

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  12. I see my daughter, son and me playing this in our front yard.

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  13. In the summer we have parties with lots of family every weekend! This would be a great addition to our game arsenal

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  14. I can see my family playing this at the park

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  15. I'd play with my kids at our community park.

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