The Tiny Pong Board Game is oodles of fun! This handheld game is just what your need if you love playing ping pong or table tennis. Complete with a plastic ball and central net, this solo game challenges you to keep the ball on the board. Simply launch the ball and move the platform back and forth to keep the ball bouncing. Whether you play it on your own at home or bring it to a party for a unique challenge guests will enjoy, this handheld table tennis game is sure to become a quick fave.
I purchased this game as a birthday gift for a 12 year old and it was soon realized that it was a fun game for all ages. Like a few of the other reviews stated, the game is a little loud as there is no volume control, just an on/off switch (you need it on to keep track of your score, especially for those competitive family members). Also, I didn't notice when I purchased the game but due to the packaging or lack there of, the edges of the ping pong table were damaged as was the top of the table. For those not as coordinated the game provides a good work out too as you will be chasing after the ping pong ball trying not to let it drop :) The game only comes with one ping pong ball so be careful if playing outside not to lose the ball. Overall a great purchase for the price. Fun game.
This game needs 3 batteries and make sure you screw it in back very well, ask me know I know that! Once assembled this game is fun. I wish there was a little net because you can spend alot of time chasing the little ball but it is fun. This is something my 6 year old and 12 year old play together competing to get the highest score. The complaint from the kids was that the board space is to small but that just leads to the more competing.
I received a free sample of the product to try from Hasbro, but this review is my idea. We took it on vacation with us and between four kids, ages ranging 9 to 14, one of them almost always had it in their hands. It was fun for the adults to try too.
I received my TinyPong for free from Hasbro, and I decided to leave a review. This game is a lot of fun. My boys and myself enjoyed it. My boys are 8 and 4. TinyPong is a very good hand and eye coronation. It was of course a little bit harder for my 4 yr old only because he himself is really small, but he loves to try it. My 8 got the hang of it real well as did I. I just had to remind my 4 yr old to not try to put the ball in his mouth. The only other down side is trying to unscrew the screw because it is so small. Other then that. It is a great game and I would recommend it. Also best to play outside than inside.
I received this game free from Hasbro, but the review is voluntary. First let me say, this is not an inside game as the packaging seems to suggest. The ball is going to go everywhere and while it isn’t going to break anything it hits, it will roll under the couch and become lost quickly. Best to play outside in a big open space. Now I consider myself pretty coordinated, and even I can’t get more than 2-3 bounces no matter how much I try. My 12 year old, who has slight gross and fine motor delays is lucky if he can get even one bounce. It has frustrated him to the point of giving up. Maybe with a lot of practice, I could improve, but I just don’t see the point in trying to master this game. I think I am going to pass it on to a family with athletically gifted children. I could see how they might get some enjoyment out of it.
I received a free sample of the product to try from Hasbro, but this review is my idea. My husband loves this game and plays it every day trying to top his high score. It is great for hand-eye coordination. The game is solidly made however the middle net comes off when set down so we just leave it off now because it is not needed for play.
I received my TinyPong for free from Hasbro, and I decided to leave a review. This is a clever game. It’s fun, but definitely a challenge until you get a hang of it. My teenagers love it and have become quite adept at playing it. They love to compete against each other. I’m confident my younger kids (8 & 5) can get the hang of it with more practice.