Rockbocce

Play With Rocks

The idea for Rockbocce came to Maker Paul Kahmann when he was—you guessed it—throwing rocks while doing yard work. The unexpected trajectory of each one gave him pause; the rocks all tumbled, hopped, and rolled in different directions than he thought they would. Paul took that unpredictability and applied it to the classic game of bocce to make it more interesting to play.
Rockbocce
Rockbocce
Independent Maker
Play With Rocks

The idea for Rockbocce came to Maker Paul Kahmann when he was—you guessed it—throwing rocks while doing yard work. The unexpected trajectory of each one gave him pause; the rocks all tumbled, hopped, and rolled in different directions than he thought they would. Paul took that unpredictability and applied it to the classic game of bocce to make it more interesting to play.

Instead of bocce balls, you’re tossing faux rocks that can land any which way, but the traditional rules are the same. And instead of being confined to a smooth bocce court, Rockbocce can be played in the grass, at the beach, or in the driveway. The same unpredictability that inspired Paul also levels the playing field here, so you’re not using skill to win. It’s more about chance—and fun, of course.

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