TRIPLE PONG PLOP

Here is another great Minut to Win It game called “Triple Pong Plop.” We played this game and it’s very wise to set this up prior to the program and test it out. Once you’ve found a winnable distance for plate spacing you can tape it off to bring back later and realign.

1. Once game begins contestant may grab first ping-pong ball.
2. Contestant may only use one designated hand to release all ping-pong balls and may only release one ping-pong ball at a time.
a. If a ball remains on a plate, the contestant may remove it before continuing.
3. Upon release of a ball it must bounce on all three plates in succession without touching the ground before landing into the fishbowl to score.
4. To complete the game, all five balls must remain concurrently in the fishbowl within the 60-second time limit.
a. Any ball released from the hand within the 60-second time limit may count toward completion of the game.
b. Contestant may not reposition plates or fishbowl.

1. Once game begins contestant may grab first ping-pong ball.
2. Contestant may only use one designated hand to release all ping-pong balls and may only release one ping-pong ball at a time.
a. If a ball remains on a plate, the contestant may remove it before continuing.
3. Upon release of a ball it must bounce on all three plates in succession without touching the ground before landing into the fishbowl to score.
4. To complete the game, all five balls must remain concurrently in the fishbowl within the 60-second time limit.
a. Any ball released from the hand within the 60-second time limit may count toward completion of the game.
b. Contestant may not reposition plates or fishbowl.

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