|Item Weight||5.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.5 x 6.2 x 19.5 inches|
|Item model number||182|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Game, Game Pieces|
|Warranty Description||90 day warranty against manufacturer defects|
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Klask: The Magnetic Game of Skill
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- Swedish Game of the Year 2015; Norwegian Game of the Year 2015
- A popular pub game in Denmark, Klask is like a fast-paced table-top version of Air Hockey, only it uses multiple magnets and a small round ball
- Players must use the magnetic handles under the board to control their playing pieces on top of the board. The object of the game is to hit the ball into your opponent's goal without attracting the white mini magnets or landing your playing piece in your own hole! You'll need fast hands and quick thinking if you want to win this game
- Average game time is 10 minutes
- Ages 8 and up; For 2 Players
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How To Play Klask
Get The Ball In The Goal
There are 4 ways to score points in Klask. If you hit the ball into the opponent's goal, you score a point.
The Three White Magnets
If two (or all three) white magnetic pieces stick to your opponent’s striker, you score a point. Avoid the white magnets while setting traps for your opponent.
If your opponent accidentally pulls their striker into their own goal, you score a point. The word 'klask' is Danish for 'smack', the sound a striker makes when it falls into a goal.
Don't Lose Control
If your opponent loses control of their striker and can’t get it back under control, you score a point.
The Invention of Klask
Late December 2013, after long days and nights spent in his workshop, Danish carpenter Mikkel Bertelsen had something truly unique in his hands- a wooden board game with magnets which one steers under the board.
Mikkel has always had plenty of ideas for innovations of all sorts, but there was something different about Klask. Just in time for the holidays, he made a few copies of the game as Christmas presents for some of his friends. Soon after, the word spread through the country and orders from individuals, cafes, bars, and even work offices started to pour in.
The following year, Mikkel built more than 3,000 copies of the game by hand in his garage. Klask has been a smash success ever since. Now, you too can join the fun of Klask.
Klask has a worldwide following with official tournaments being held at SXSW in Austin, Gen Con in Indianapolis and the word championships in Copenhagen, Denmark. The world championship tournament included players from Finland, Germany, England, Denmark, the USA and more. Along with official tournaments; bars, breweries, game stores and clubs across the country have started running their own Klask events.
From a small workshop in Denmark to worldwide distribution, Klask has become a global phenomenon.
Klask Reviews- The Domestic Geek Blog
'This is a well made game of solid wood and precision magnetic components, that alone is worth it and the amount of fun you will have playing it is icing on the Klask! (don’t put icing on your Klask it will get sticky and not work well).'
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|Item Dimensions||14.5 x 6.2 x 19.5 in||2.5 x 19.5 x 14.5 in||13.39 x 12.4 x 7.68 in||14.3 x 2.9 x 2.6 in||10.15 x 5.01 x 2.53 in||12.2 x 4.33 x 2.13 in|
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A popular pub game in Denmark, Klask is like a fast-paced table-top version of Air Hockey, only it uses multiple magnets and a small round ball. Players must use the magnetic handles under the board to control their playing pieces on top of the board. The object of the game is to hit the ball into your opponent's goal without attracting the white mini magnets or landing your playing piece in your own hole! You'll need fast hands and quick thinking if you want to win this game!
WARNING! Not suitable for children under 3 years. Contains small parts that may be swallowed and may represent a choking hazard.
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The board itself needs to be just a little bit taller. Some people with really big hands have to hold their paddle with a flat hand awkwardly. A design change to maybe make the board about an inch or two higher so everyone feels comfly with their hand underneath is needed.
LEVELING LEGS ARE A MUST! I have seen this so many times. The table you are playing on might be flat, but if the ground and everything around you is not 100% level, the ball and magnets will favor rolling to one side. we had to keep adding little things under the board to level it as much as possible. Also adding slip guard to those legs would be amazing. When the game gets really heated, people slamming their hands into the board while moving fast causes the board to slide all over the table. When you have stuff under the legs to keep it level and the board gets moved, you have to pause play to fix everything.
The game comes with an extra magnet and extra ball, but I would like to see it come with, or have somewhere to buy extra paddles. We have played so much that one of the paddles has gotten worn just a tiny bit, and that small little uneven surface has started putting scratches all over the board. We actually started using the bottom paddle on top, and the top on bottom because it still has a smooth surface.
Is this a game worth buying, YES, but you could you make deluxe versions, or a Klask V2 model with upgrades. That would for sure make me give it 5 stars.
All in all, it is a great game to have and a lot of fun. We even have a score sheet to whoever wins 50 Games first wins a massage. LOL
Would recommend buying the spare parts kit because you'll probably lose a few things and I also ordered a foam leveling kit like you'd use for furniture. Since there's no leveling system built in, if you end up on an uneven surface it will cause a significant advantage for one player.
Price might be a touch high at $50 but it's been so much fun I don't care. Multiple fiends have bought one after playing.
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ORIGINAL: Man, this game is so much fun.Read more
Mine set level easily, Good quality!
I could see a much higher quality build being better but for now this is holding up great!