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Craig Blumer
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I'm thinking of making home-made Bounce It-In Game.

I'd use a hole saw bit to cut circles into plywood.

But, I'd like to know more about the game:

Does anyone know about how big the game is?

Are the balls thin plastic and hollow?

Any other suggestion would be appreciated, I don't have great carpentry skills.

Thanks.
 
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Mike Kollross
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Not to put a damper on your DIY project but the game can be had for cheap. By the time you buy the materials you could have bought two genuine copies.

Four geekers have it for trade, one has twp copies.

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/collection/items/boardgame/9685...
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