Bubble hockey is a tabletop game that allows you to participate in a fast-paced activity as if you were playing on the ice. This game is a classic barroom or arcade activity that will liven up any space! Each team, whether you’re playing singles or doubles, uses rods, a puck, and a goalie to move around the board trying to knock the other players' pucks out of play and get the most goals.
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While some people refer to it as dome hockey, stick hockey, or rod hockey, we like the simple name bubble hockey better because it makes it clear what kind of equipment is needed - an air-filled dome or bubble-shaped platform which is what makes this game possible. Be sure to check out our full line of bubble hockey tables and accessories including mini kits, professional sets, and tournament-sized games!
Bubble hockey, also known as rod hockey, is a game that is similar to ice hockey. It is played on a table with players controlling rods that are connected to players on the table. The game is usually played on a round table with a dome to keep the puck in play. The goal of the game is to get the puck into the other player's goal.
Bubble hockey is a two-player game in which two players face off against each other by controlling a team of rods with knobs on the end. The rods are used to move the players around the ice and the knobs on the end of the rods are used to control the hockey sticks. The object of the game is to hit the puck into the opponent’s goal. Both players use their rods to hit the puck and move their players around the ice. The player who scores the most goals in a set period of time is declared the winner.
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Remove the players by placing one hand around the base of the player and using your other hand to pull the player straight up.
To change the goalie, remove the pin between the goalie’s legs, then lift the goalie straight up off the ice.
When inserting or removing players, exercise extreme caution to prevent a washer from slipping into the track. To reduce this risk, ensure that all rods are fully pushed in before attempting to pull out the player. When pushing back in the player, make sure that the gearbox is properly aligned with the shafts. If not, slowly turn the rod while pressing down on the player.
Add the new player by pressing it down into the ice.
For optimum performance, clean the dome, ice, base, and rods with a lemon furniture polish (such as Pledge) every 3 to 6 months. This will help to keep the ice surface fast and the rods smooth, just like a Zamboni on the ice. Do not use ammonia-based cleaners like Windex, as these can cloud the Lexan material used in the dome.
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