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Take a break from shopping and engage your family and friends in a little competition.  Games are available during mall hours to guests of all ages (players under 16 years of age should be supervised by an adult).  

If you have questions, comments or game requests, please text us at 623-227-4227 or visit the Concierge Desk in the Food Court near Panda Express.  Additional game pieces may also be available for check out at the Concierge Desk.



How to Play
-A match is played best 3 of 5 games (or 4/7 or 5/9). For each game, the first player to reach 11 points wins that game, however a game must be won by at least a two point margin.
-A point is scored after each ball is put into play (not just when the server wins the point as in volleyball).
-The edges of the table are part of the legal table surface, but not the sides.


Two teams of 2 people, termed partners, shall play.  Partners shall stand at opposite cornhole boxes on the same side, from the perspective of a third person, and face each other, so there is no advantage given to one team.

How to Play
-Each cornhole team shall have 4 bags of one color.
-All 8 cornhole bags begin at one end.
-A cornhole player may throw from anywhere behind the front of the cornhole box they are throwing from.
-Game continues by alternating throws between the two opponent players until all 8 cornhole bags have been thrown.
-The cornhole game continues until one team reached 21 or more points.

-The player who causes the foul loses the throw when the foul occurred and the bag shall be moved if it landed on the playing surface.

A foul occurs when any of the following happens:
-A cornhole player’s foot goes past the foot foul line, termed a foot foul. (front of the cornhole box.)
-A player goes out of turn.

The score shall be taken after all cornhole bags have been thrown for a round.

Points shall be given as follows:
3 points for a cornhole bag that goes through the hole.
1 point for bag that lands anywhere on the surface of the box.
0 points if bag is touching the ground



-The aim of the game is to dismantle the tumble tower and rebuild it without losing any of the blocks or causing the tumble tower to topple over in the process.
-Any number of players can join in the game of tumble tower and it can be played alone.
-First the tower has to be built.  Each wooden block is three times as long as it is wide.
-The blocks should be stacked in threes and each alternate story is laid in cross ways direction.

How to Play
-A wooden block move consists of taking one block from any level of the tumble tower and replacing it on the incomplete top level of the tumble tower, causing the structure to grow even higher.
-Any wooden block on any level can be used, except those from the level below the incomplete top level, which should not be moved.
-Wooden blocks may be tapped or knocked in order to find a loose wooden block that is safe to move without disturbing or bringing down the tumble tower.
-The player’s turn is over once the next person touches the tumble tower or after 10 seconds has elapsed- whichever comes first.
-The game of tumble tower ends once the tower falls or moves even if only one or two wooden blocks fall.
-The only moving wooden block allowed in the game is the one
that is being moved or replaced during a player’s turn. 
-The loser is the player who causes the tower to fall – it may not be their fault but if the tumble tower falls during their turn, this player is counted as the loser.
-The aim of the tumble tower is not only to avoid being the
loser, but also to build the tower as high as possible.


How to Play
-Choose who plays first.
-Each player in his turn drops one of his checkers down any of
the slots on the top of the grid.
-The play alternates until one of the players gets 4 checkers of his color in a row. 
-The 4 in a row can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
-The first player to get 4 in a row wins.
-Of the board is filled with pieces and neither player has 4 in a row, then the game is a draw. 


How to Play
-Space the game ladders about 15 feet apart and start tossing your
-Each player tosses all 3 bolas, then the next player tosses all 3 bolas.
-The first one to 21 without going over is the winner!

Top rung is worth 3 points.
Middle is 2 points.
Bottom rung is 1 point.


How to Play
-Each player rolls one dice—highest roll gets to go first.
-Roll all five dice.
-Save 1s and 5s and 3 or 4 of a kind.
-Roll any non-scoring dice again.
-Save 1s and 5s and 3 or 4 of a kind.
-Roll any non-scoring dice again.
-Save 1s and 5s and 3 or 4 of a kind.
-After your third roll, add up your score and pass the dice to the next player.

-Score 100 points for each 1 saved.
-Score 50 points for each 5 saved.
-Score single dice x 100 for each three of a kind in same roll (ie. three 4s scores 400 points).
-Score double for four of a kind and triple for five of a kind (ie. four 4s scores 800 and five 4s scores 1200).

Additional Details
-Players must reach a minimum score of 350 points to get on the board
-1s and 5s can be collected on all three rolls
-3 and 4 of a kind must be rolled in one roll
-Players can choose to re-roll scoring dice to try for more points
-At least one scoring dice must be kept in each roll
-If there are no scoring dice in your first roll, you may roll again
-If there are no scoring dice in your second or third roll, you forfeit any saved dice and pass the turn to the next player.

-The first player to reach 5,000 points wins the game!


-Place the dominoes face-down on the table and mix them up.
-Each player selects 7 dominoes.
-Keep you dominoes in front of you but hidden from your opponents.
-The player with the highest double (six-six) places that
double on the table to start the game.
-After the first round, the person who won the previous round
starts first.

How to Play
-The next player to the left must then place a matching domino next to the first domino. For example, if the first player started the game with the double six, the next player must play a domino that has a six on it.
-Doubles are placed perpendicular to other dominoes when being played. The first double played is called the “spinner”. The spinner may be
played off of either end as well as its regular sides. The spinner is the only
place where it can be played off of 4 ways.
-If the player doesn’t have a domino of matching value, they must pick a domino from the “boneyard”. They keep picking up dominoes from the “boneyard” until they get a playable domino. If there is no playable domino then the player must “knock” or pass their turn onto the next player.

-Points may be awarded during the play of the hand by making the exposed ends of the chain total to a multiple of five.
-The winner at the end of each hand also scores points for all the remaining unplayed dominoes in the other player’s hands added and rounded to the nearest multiple of five.

-The first player to reach 150 points wins.



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