Make this the hap-happiest season of all with a kitchen table round of Dodgeball!

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Identity Games has kids and grandparents gathered ‘round for a comical game of Dodgeball where no one has to duck.

Snohomish, WA (November 8, 2017) – Participating in a game of dodgeball may be the one “sport” that everyone in the family can enjoy together this holiday season — when it comes from toymaker Identity Games. In this hilarious tabletop version, which can be found in stores now, everyone sit downs to play. Dodgeball ($24.99) is a skill and action game without the elimination or the “ouch” from the playground version with that stinging red ball.

As the kids and grownups gather in December, place this game on the dining room table and get ready to bet the eggnog on who will be the next Dodgeball champ. The rules are simple but the necessary eye-hand coordination demands concentration. Anyone who can do three things with their two hands has the advantage!

Each person has his own player in the ‘Dodgeball arena.’ A pitcher in the center randomly rotates with a ball trying to hit your player and knock off their head. You must dodge his ball by pushing your player down. As you try to avoid the rotating danger, you must simultaneously slide six mini dodgeballs onto your handheld goblet. There’s a slow mode you can use for younger players or to warm up, then switch to fast when you’re ready to rock!

It takes two hands to load up the mini balls in the rack: all the while, the center player is on the attack! Will you take your eye off his ball to duck? Or will you keep “racking them up” and risk losing your head? If that happens, you must start all over. The first player to rack up all the balls without losing their “head” wins. It takes about 15 minutes to determine the winner.

Dodgeball • Ages 8+ • $24.99

Two to four players compete to be the first to stack six mini balls on their dodgeball goblet. At the same time, players must make sure that their Dodgeball player’s head is not knocked off by the ball whizzing around the arena. If their head flies off, players have to start stacking all over again. The game contains a Dodgeball arena, 4 player “heads”, 4 handheld goblets, game rules and more. Requires 3 AA batteries, not included.