Fun at the flick of a finger.
Now every night is game night!
Whether you’re looking for an intense head-to-head battle or a rowdy crowd pleaser, Flickboards are sure to score big points with people of all ages. Flickboards are designed with fun in mind, starting with their custom team-themed graphics and “real-feel” playing arena. All you need for hours of play is a chip, a Flickboard and the flick of a finger. You can play anytime, anywhere. Flickboards are great for team trips, rec rooms, sports bars, arena lobbies, locker rooms, parties and more. Game on!
Each wooden Flickboard is built by hand, with eye-catching custom graphics and a high-quality feel. Play it virtually anytime, anywhere, with anyone.
When it’s time to call it quits, just hang your Flickboard on a wall in your fan-cave, man-cave, business or even your living room until the next time you play!
Brady, the inspiration behind our Flickboards, plays an early soccer version with Grandpa.
HOW TO PLAY
A fast finger, quick thinking and a little luck are all it takes to score. Players simply take turns flicking the chip, dodging the “defense” and scoring through the opponent’s goal.
NOTE: A flick is just that—a flick. Practice a few times before you play and find your favorite way to flick. It’s easy!
PLAYER ONE flicks the chip from the center of the game board toward the opponent’s goal. A player may not score off the initial flick. If this happens, consider yourself lucky…and then start again because that goal doesn’t count. Sorry, sport.
PLAYER TWO then flicks the chip toward PLAYER ONE’s goal from the exact spot where it landed after PLAYER ONE flicked it. And remember, keep it clean. Trash talking is for amateurs. “GAME ON!”
Players then alternate turns until someone scores. Once a player scores, the chip is returned to the center of the game board and the player who did not score starts again. The game is over after someone reaches five goals. A celebration dance is recommended, but not required.
SCORING & PENALTIES
Each style of Flickboard has its own rules for scoring and penalties which reflect that particular sport. However, it’s YOUR Flickboard so feel free to come up with your own rules with your family and friends.
The chip just needs to break the white line for a score, however it must do so by remaining flat against the game board – it MAY NOT ‘JUMP’ the barriers. Also if the chip should obviously cross the goal line and into the goal area, then ricochet back into the field of play, it is still a goal.
Should the chip come to rest partially or completely off the game board, the other player places the chip near the area it left the board and receives two shots in a row. No pouting.
The whole chip must cross the white line for a score, however it must do so by remaining flat against the game board – it MAY NOT ‘JUMP’ the barriers. Also if the chip should obviously cross the goal line and into the goal area, then ricochet back into the field of play, it is still a goal.
Should the chip come to rest partially or completely off the game board, the other player (A) places the chip near the area it left the board and receives two shots in a row, or (B) may place the chip in the center of the other players back four defensive pegs and take a ‘penalty shot’. Players must decide on which penalty rule they will be playing with before they begin the game.
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Thanks for your interest in Flickboards!
– Jim, Jerry, and Brady Braunschweig