Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) May 19, 2010
"Who Is the Corn Master?" players would take turns attempting to toss bags into a hole located on the game board in order to be the first to reach a predetermined number of points. Easy to learn, the game could be used for competitive or tournament play. An eco-friendly design, the unit would be composed of durable, weatherproof, environmentally friendly materials.
Who Is the Corn Master? consists of several bags, a game board and a scoreboard. The bags would be of different sizes and could weigh from 4 - 16 ounces. The game board would be composed of recycled plastic. Continuous leg supports would be positioned at the front and rear of the board. A circular hole with a diameter of 6 inches would be positioned in the center of the surface of the game board 9 inches from the rear. A nylon neat would be located on the underside of the game board beneath the circular hole to catch bags. Who Is the Corn Master? could be producible in different sizes for tournament use, outdoor use and indoor use. To play, individuals would stand at a predetermined distance from the game board and attempt to toss bags into the circular hole, scoring points for successful tosses. Once a player reaches a preset score, that player would win the game.
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