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Playcraft Sport 40-Inch Table Top Air Hockey

$79.00


This Manga version of air hockey will definitely keep your attention!

Getting your game on with great air hockey tables is a super fun way to enjoy time with friends and family while adding a little friendly competition into the mix. There’s something about playing a great rec room sports game that makes me sublimely happy. It’s not just a pastime (though it does do that). A couple of paddles and a small plastic disc offer far more than that. As a kid, my brother and I played , pool and ping pong for hours but it was the air hockey table that we spent most of our time on. Now, as an adult enthusiast, I’ve put together this site to share with fans of this great pastime everywhere.

There is a little bit of disagreement over who invented the Air Hockey game. One story suggests that it was the sole creation of Bob Lemieux, an ice hockey enthusiast who dreamed up the game and sold it to the well-known billiard table manufacturer, Brunswick. Records paint a slightly different story, however, as the patent lists three Brunswick employees – Phil Crossman, Bob Kenrick and Brad Baldwin, who in 1969, invented the frictionless surface the game is played upon. Regardless, Bob Lemieux is credited with resurrecting their shelved invention and refining the idea into the classic arcade game known today.

Play air hockey with the little ducks, score goals and win the match!

Midtown 6' Air Hockey Table

Item # NG1037
Price: $449.99
Transform Your Game Room Into The Main Event With This Deluxe, Space Saving Table!

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Air Hockey consists of a table slightly smaller than your average billiards table. The real magic lies in the surface, which contains thousands of tiny holes that release a steady stream of air for the plastic puck to travel across. Each side of the table contains a slot in the center, serving as the goal net. Each player is armed with a circular plastic mallet that they use to slam the puck towards their opponents goal, either directly across the surface or by banking it off of the sides of the table.

Air Hockey consists of a table slightly smaller than your average billiards table. The real magic lies in the surface, which contains thousands of tiny holes that release a steady stream of air for the plastic puck to travel across. Each side of the table contains a slot in the center, serving as the goal net. Each player is armed with a circular plastic mallet that they use to slam the puck towards their opponents goal, either directly across the surface or by banking it off of the sides of the table.