Kulling table curling
Table Curling. The Swiss Call It "Kulling".
Kulling is a Swiss variation on curling which is played on a tabletop. Two players or two teams try to push their own pucks (known as "kull") into their target area using a wooden slider. Like in curling, it's all about dexterity. The pucks, which have a metal ball in the middle, have to come to a standstill as close as possible to the centre of the target. If a puck rolls too far, it ends up in the penalty zone. Players are allowed to play against the perimeter and may push opponent's pucks aside with their own. Kulling is fun at home but is an ideal travel game, too. All parts can be safely stowed away in the top compartment, and the board can be carried using the practical carry handle.
Premium board games. From Alfaset of Switzerland.
It is the outstanding workmanship that makes Alfaset's board games so special. The Swiss manufacturer uses mainly native woods such as maple, birch, and beech and is fitting together the individual parts with fascinating precision; all elements are neatly bonded and the surfaces meticulously finished. In short: Alfaset's games are in a class of their own. And they also appeal to both, children and adults! The rules are simple and easy to follow, and success depends on luck rather than on talent. This is why sometimes players are being driven up the wall – but just as quickly back to the board again.
The games are made in the company's five own workshops near Lake Neuchâtel, Switzerland. To a large extent, Alfaset employs people with disabilities who work together with qualified carpenters.
Not suitable for children under 3 years. Choking hazard: contains small parts.
Community games of the first order. From Alfaset from Switzerland
The games from Alfaset convince with their exceptional processing quality. Because the Swiss manufacturer processes mainly domestic woods such as maple, birch and beech uncompromisingly: the accuracy of fit of the individual components is impressive, the elements are neatly glued, the surfaces carefully treated. In short: Alfaset's parlor games clearly stand out from the crowd. The same applies to their ability to inspire both children and adults. One of the reasons for this is that the rules are as simple as they are comprehensible, and success does not depend on talent, but to a large extent on lucky coincidences. This occasionally drives some people up the wall, but just as quickly brings them back to the board.
The games are all manufactured in the company's five workshops near Lake Neuchâtel. There, Alfaset employs mainly people with disabilities who work together with skilled carpenters.
Not suitable for children under 3 years. Risk of suffocation due to small parts that can be swallowed.
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