Rollors is a new game that's fun for the entire family. Players "roll" disks at the goal and points are awarded to the player/team that positions their disks closest to the goal. It's a great game of skill with the element of chance! Convenient carry bag allows you to bring Rollors with you wherever you go. Set-up in seconds on grass or in the sand. Now you're ready to roll your way to fun!
Each player or team of 2-3 players uses one color set of rollors in the first round of play with blue going first. Standing behind the red goal, the blue player/team rolls one rollor at a time to their blue goal. The rollor should be rolled on the edge, with a wind-up and release as in bowling. The rollor must touch the ground within 4 feet of the release. Once the blue player/team has played, the red player/team takes a turn.
Only one player/team scores each round and that is the player/team with the rollor that is closest to their goal. The measuring cord should assist in determining which player is closest. In the case of a tie, neither player/team scores. All rollors of the closest scoring color to the goal receive points.
In order to score, a rollor must fall entirely within a 5 foot radius of the center of the goal. A measuring cord is provided to measure this requirement.
For example, if you had two blue rollors within the radius of the measuring cord but closer than the red rollors then you would get the points on both blue rollors. If you were to get all 3 blue rollors before the red than all 3 would count. Only one color can score per round. another way to play is you add up all the points of all disks that are within the radius of the measuring cord.
Points are given as follows:
- Rollors that land on their side - score a point value equal to the number that is showing.
- Rollors that stop on the edge - score a point value equal to the sum of both sides.
- Rollors that come to rest against the goal - score a point value of double the number showing.
Play continues with rounds that are started by the last color that has scored, rolling back and forth between goals. To win, a player must achieve a total of 21 points or more, and must have two more points than the opponent.
Components of Rollors:
2 Measuring Devices