According to our research, the original hook and ring game could have originated in Robin Hood’s time. Or maybe it was invented by Hemingway. But the Tiki Toss version we discovered actually started as a smartphone game.
Developer Kyle McGetrick wanted to create a simple time-killing app. Before long, Tiki Toss caught on—so much so that fans started asking Kyle to create a physical version.
Your goal is to “catch on” too. Set up the Tiki Toss board, swing the ring on a string and try to hook it on the board. Start with the ring closer or farther to vary the degree of difficulty.
The board doubles as décor, available in beautiful, 100% bamboo shapes. Set up on a tree in your backyard, an outdoor wall, or even on a rec room wall for indoor play. It’s one way to keep your next party swinging.