Rollors Outdoor Family Game Guest Giveaway ends 9/10 US Only
Looking for something new and different to add entertainment to your backyard barbeque parties? Rollors is the latest and greatest back yard game that can provide hours of fun and laughs. ROLLORS® can be played wherever a flat ground surface can be found.
Meet Matt Butler, while deployed overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan, the game was visualized on his downtime and he went to creating this amazing game! He since then has hired Veterans to help in the making of this game to put them back on their feet!
ROLLORS® is a game of skill that requires a modest level of physical activity. The components of the lawn game, rolling disks, (e.g. ROLLORS®) are basic in design and construction keeping the cost down. The difficulty of play of the lawn game using ROLLORS® can be quickly varied depending on the age and skill level of the players, the degree of challenge desired or other factors as decided by the players. When broken down, ROLLORS® is compact in dimension so that it can be toted and stored with ease. You can read the full review over at donnahup.com.
We’re giving one lucky reader their very own Rollors Game! Just enter on the Rafflecopter below.
*Open to the US only. Giveaway ends 9/10/14 at 11:59pm Central Time. Good luck!
47 thoughts on “Rollors Outdoor Family Game Giveaway”
We loved playing wall ball and hide and seek as kids! Of course, just being outside building forts and playing was something that we did every day when I was a kid.
Magic the Gathering
I loved to play checkers.
Kickball was my favorite childhood game to play!
I’m banking up Christmas gifts now, and this sounds great! 3 grown kids, all with various ages of children. But we could use this when they visit. We LOVE playing family games together. Pit is a killer game and provides hours of screaming fun. Also, pictionary! Watch a grown man lay on the floor and cry when his team can’t decipher his drawing! This sounds great. Active. Outside! And we do have a flat surface.
I liked Monopoly when I was a kid.
I had many but Hide & Seek, Double Dutch, Dodgeball, Basketball, Roller Skating, Checkers, Connect Four, and Monopoly to name a few! Lol! I spent a lot of time outdoors as a kid, that’s for sure!
I loved playing gin with my mom. It was the only game she would play.
Sorry and monopoly.
I loved hide and seek. I also love Monopoly. My nieces would have so much fun with this. Thank you for the fun giveaway 🙂
Hide and seek was our favorite. We would stay out until dark.
hide go seek
We loved playing kick the can.. fun times I would play it right now if I wasnt this old..
I played hopscotch with my friends for hours.
i like hungry hungry hippo
Candyland and Atari’s Frogger. 🙂
I really liked to play 4 square.
I ALWAYS LIKED HOP SCOTCH
We played hopscotch and hide and seek.
I loved playing dominoes and card games the most.
I remember as a kid playing outside at dark with my cousins.. A game we called “ghost in the graveyard” I don’t remember exactly how we played it now
My favorite game was hide and seek!
We always had a blast with jump rope and and roller skating we were very active love the out doors 🙂
I had an intense love/hate relationship with Monopoly. I loved playing it, but my sister ALWAYS got Boardwalk and Park Place, so I never won. In retrospect, I think she cheated.
The old neighborhood kids use to play man hunt.
My favorite outside game was “Starlight Moonlight”. I also liked croquet
twister was always fun.
My favorite game to play when I was younger was rubber band skipping/jump rope.
Hide and seek, Red Rover, Mother May I and Red Light Green Light!
Wooo! You just took me back to the carefree days of being a kid 🙂 My favorite game was a combo of freeze tag and hide and seek and we played at night. We all had so much fun playing!
Inside game fav as canasta! Outside was dodgeball!
I liked to play sorry
I liked playing dodgeball!
My favorite games as a kid were ones we made up .. or our own versions of other popular games.
Hide and seek was our favorite game.
My favorite game as a kid was hide and seek.