TM TM CONTENTS For 1 or More Players Ages 5 & Up Basketball Hoop with Fold-Down Backboard, Attachable Basketball Shooter, 3 Balls SET UP • Attach the hoop and backboard to the stand, and the stand to its base. • Assemble the Shooter, as shown. • Set the Basketball Hoop and the Shooter on a flat, smooth surface. GAME OF HORSE • The youngest player shoots first, then the order goes youngest to oldest. • Decide where you want to shoot the Ball from, and place the Shooter there. Set a Ball on the Shooter. • When ready, tap the back lever of the Shooter to shoot your Ball! • If you make the shot, excellent! Now, the next player must try to make a shot from that same spot. Anyone who misses after you gets an “H”. • If you miss that first shot, then pass the Shooter to the next player and they get to choose a spot and try to make a shot. Once someone makes a beginning shot, everyone else must make that same shot or gain a letter. • When you miss enough shots to spell HORSE, you are out of the game. • The player left after others spell HORSE is the winner! AROUND THE WORLD 7 1 • Using scraps of paper, “mark” seven 6 2 spots around the basket, similar to what is shown, about six to eight 5 3 inches away from the basket. 4 • Place the Shooter in the first spot. The player who can say, “Around the World” backwards (”d-I-roow-uht-d-nowra”, or something similar), shoots first. If no one can say it, or if multiple players can say it, then the youngest player goes first. • Place a Ball on the Shooter and tap on the back lever to shoot the Ball. • If you make the basket, move to the next position. If you miss the shot, then the next player starts their turn on the first spot. • Keep moving around the world shooting until you miss. And on your next turn, start at the spot where you missed. • When you miss, you may take a “chance” shot to try again, but if you miss a “chance” shot, you go back to the first spot on your next turn instead of starting where you left off. • The first person to make it back to the first position (around the world), and makes that last shot (the first spot again) is the winner! 3-POINT SHOOTOUT 5 1 H O FF IC IA L PR O O F O F PU R C F O O Su R P Customer Service 1400 E. Inman Pkwy. • Beloit, WI 53511 email@example.com • 1-800-524-4263 For more fun, visit patchproducts.com Copyright © 2012 Patch Products, Inc., Beloit, WI 53511 USA. All rights reserved. Big Little Games and Super Shooter Basketball are trademarks of Patch Products, Inc. AS E We want your comments about our games, puzzles and toys. Contact us at: O Ba per F sk Sh P U et o R C ba ot H # 66 l l TM e r A S 55 E • Using scraps of paper, “mark” five spots around the basket, similar 2 to what is shown, about six to eight 4 inches away from the basket. 3 • The oldest player shoots first, and must shoot four times from each of the five spots. There are total of 20 shots per person. • Other players keep track of how many shots the shooter makes. • Once the oldest player is done, the next oldest takes their turn, and so on. • The player who makes the most baskets on their turn is the winner! In the event of a tie, take turns shooting from the middle position. The oldest goes first, and the first one who misses loses.
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