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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Front Porch Classics Baseball Under the Lights
This is the original classic baseball pinball game with a nostalgic ballpark aesthetic but updated to include real working stadium lights, base runner-inning-outs tracking areas, outfield advertising graphics and a working scoreboard. It has the same classic wood construction and appeal. It's a great accent for the family room. University Games was founded by Bob Moog and Cris Lehman, who recognized a developing niche in social interaction and learning games for adults and children. University Games creates educational board games designed so that players won't notice how much they are learning.
Experience America's favorite pastime as never before with Baseball Under the Lights from Front Porch Classics. This detailed pinball-style game allows you to launch a pinball and swing a bat to hit singles, doubles, triples, and homeruns. Featuring working stadium lights, a real working scorecard, and all-wood construction with nostalgic ballpark aesthetics, this heirloom-quality game lets the entire family enjoy ballpark fun at home.
Aim for the grooved ramps to hit
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With a pull of the spring-loaded handle, Baseball Under the Lights comes alive, bringing fast-moving, hard-hitting action to the whole family. Fun for baseball lovers of all ages, this game can be played in teams or alone.
Ideal for family gatherings, vacations, and office parties, this beautifully displayed game features pinball-style play. Pull back on the handle to release one of the metal balls onto the game board, and then start swinging away. The board contains numerous pockets for singles, doubles, triples, and outs. There are even two ramps to launch the ball into the high-scoring homerun chutes.
Just as in major-league baseball, Baseball Under the Lights gives you multiple options of keeping score. The real working scoreboard and five metal pegs on the board allow players to record innings, outs, and base runners. You can also use the included scorebook to write down your statistics and record each play -- just like the real ballpark.
Heirloom-quality all-wood board construction makes this game suitable for display year-round. Adorned with old-style advertising graphics on the outfield walls and four pennant flags, Baseball Under the Lights captures that nostalgic old-time ballpark feel. It also features brightly colored signs that label single, double, and triple hits, as well as raised bumpers that direct errant balls into the foul pockets.
To capture the realistic feel of nighttime play, two stadium lights illuminate the board. Each light requires three AA batteries (not included).
The board measures 22 by 23 inches (L x W) and fits on most tabletops.
The games of Front Porch Classics are designed to engage friends and family around the coffee table in laughter, sharing, and building memories for "unplugged family entertainment" -- as Front Porch Classics call it.
Every Front Porch Classics product combines the same core elements which went into creating the company years ago: rich story telling, elegant design, ageless appeal, and limitless play. Each product features wood, leather, metal, or other high quality and durable materials. These games are elegant enough to be displayed as heirlooms in living rooms everywhere, and are built to last so families can enjoy them from generation to generation.
Front Porch Classics Baseball Under the Lights with wooden game board and outfield walls, three metal balls, four flags, two light units, five metal pegs, storage bag, scorecard, and instructions.
Turns on the stadium lights for a night game.
Use the pegs to keep track of your innings.
Record each of your plays on the scorecard.
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never played it. the flipper broke. after opening it up I found the problem. two metal parts glued together to hold the spring. the fix is to use a grounding lug for connection.Published 4 months ago by sellvilla
Save your money and buy the $20 Pavilion version at Toys R Us. No lights but 10 times the quality at a fraction the price. No crappy bat mechanism there.Published 9 months ago by hainrs
don't buy it. I thought it would be cool in my man cave but the baseball bat on it gets stuck all the time and all the time when the ball goes into the left side out hole it gets... Read morePublished 13 months ago by joshua burdick
This was a huge hit with my 6 year old grandson Christmas morning. He loves to play baseball and of course batter is his favorite position so with this game he is always up to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jack Brown
After one game the bat spring got a bit iffy with no way to adjust it. Shoul be more sturdy for the pricePublished 22 months ago by Lawrence Meyers
ball gets caught when trying to go around corner upon launching. the design could use some work like when hitting the ball i, and others who have played it think the hitting... Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by James Kasemeyer
My son and I set it up fairly easily and he likes it a lot. The only complaint he has is that the marble does not roll out cleanly on the left side of the "out holes". Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by paul rinaldi