DESKTOP POP SHOT

RULES/SETUP

Drain buckets at work with the flick of a finger in the new Desktop Pop Shot Basketball game featuring mini bean bags. Catapult platforms can be positioned anywhere on the "court" to practice layups, mid-range jumpers, and work on your 3-point game.

 

Why bean bags not balls? They're much less bouncy and less likely to end up on the floor. Parts can be easily disassembled for compact storage. Made from quality Birch lumber in Minneapolis, MN, USA.

PERSONALIZED BACKBOARD

Personalize the wooden Desktop Pop Shot backboards with your own graphic and/or text, perfect for gift giving or brand swagger!

 

Please download our design template and arrange your artwork in the designated space. Once complete, save your file and email to sales@minibeerpong.

 

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Custom Engraved Desktop Pop Shot Basketball Game. Handcrafted by Scienz Games Co. Custom Engraved Desktop Pop Shot Basketball Game. Handcrafted by Scienz Games Co.

THE STORY

There are a ton of desktop basketball games already on the market. We know. However, we assert none have a rival combination of shot variety, precision and aesthetic quality.

 

We've been experimenting with the "island" launcher concept (as in not attached to the target area at a fixed position) for some time now and are very excited to finally apply it to an official game. True Basket-ballers need to perfect layups as well as 3 pointers from all, am I right??

The backboard/rim construction goal was to keep it as simple as possible. We can't compete with super ornate designs containing lots of molded parts, but we cannn figure out a way to get a solid build out of plywood with minimal parts and waste. Wah-lah!

 

Lastly, the bean bags struck us as a better alternative than traditional balls as they bounce way less and are much less likely to end up on the floor if your shot's off.

 

That pretty much covers the method to the March Madness. Hope you enjoy!

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DESKTOP B-BALL

RULES

Drain buckets at work with the flick of a finger in the new Desktop Pop Shot Basketball game featuring mini bean bags. Catapult platforms can be positioned anywhere on the "court" to practice layups or work on your 3-point game.

PERSONALIZE IT

Make the game special by engraving a name and some comical attributes or a logo on the front and reverse sides of the backboard.

Have a question? Ask us via help@minibeerpong.com.

THE STORY

There are lots of desktop basketball games already on the market. However, we assert none have a rival combination of shot variety, precision and aesthetic quality.

 

We've been experimenting with the "island" launcher concept (as in not attached to the target area at a fixed position) for some time now and are very excited to finally apply it to an official game. Basket-ballers need to perfect layups annnd 3 pointers from all angles, am I right??

The backboard construction goal was to keep it as simple as possible. We can't afford a bunch of ornate molded parts, but we can figure out a way to get a solid build out of plywood with minimal parts and waste. Wah-lah!

 

Lastly, the bean bags struck us as a preferred alternative to traditional balls as they bounce way less and are much less likely to end up on the floor if your shot's off.

 

That pretty much covers the method to the March Madness. Hope you enjoy!

AS SEEN:

Mini Beer Pong in Life & Style Best Gifts
Mini Beer Pong on E! News with Giuliana Rancic Mini Beer Pong in Vogue Best Gifts for Guys
Mini Beer Pong in Playboy
Mini Beer Pong in the New York Post
Mini Beer Pong on the Weather Channel, Wake Up with Al Roker
Mini Beer Pong at Barnes and Noble