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Viking game Kubb

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Kubb is a Swedish throwing game and outdoor sport with similar characteristics to games like bowling, Mölkky and pétanque. If you're looking for an original, festive game that's easy to play outdoors, this Nordic game is perfect for groups of 2 or more. It's the perfect game as a gift for them, a birthday present for them, in short a gift for a birthday or small party. What's more, if you're really a champion thrower, you can take part in Kubb competitions. In the competition, two teams use sticks to knock down their opponents' Kubbs (wooden blocks) and then the king placed in the centre of the game. The "Kubbs" are blocks of wood placed by 5 on each of the widths between the two stakes. A king is placed in the centre of the court. There are Kubb tournaments just about everywhere, even in Belgium. A few years ago, RTBF (French-speaking Belgian radio and television) announced the 3rd edition of the Kubb (Attack) tournament. The tournament would take place on a Sunday in the beautiful village of Anthisnes. Teams must be made up of at least 4 players. Everyone can have fun playing Kubb. It only takes a few minutes to understand the rules and can be played on a variety of surfaces, such as grass, sand, snow or even ice. Legend has it that the game dates back to Viking times. It's an original wooden gift, an unusual gift for the summer or winter holidays, a gift idea for anyone, an original fun gift.

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Dimensions: Skittles approx. 4.5 x 4.5 x 25 cm, pawn approx. 12 x 4 x 4 cm Brand: Small foot Material: wood and fabric Recommended age: 5 + Weight: 1,82 kg This game has many names: Kubb or Viking skittles. All these names express the same thing: guaranteed entertainment! This fun game of skill depicts a battle in which two opposing teams fight for their king. For well over 1,000 years, people have been practising their skill and concentration with this entertaining game! Great games, with the smooth natural sanded wooden figures, will enthral competitors in the garden or on a day out. Smooth natural wood pieces, net included.

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