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While escaping into video games or playing a board game is an enjoyable way to spend your time, a vitamin D deficiency is sure to follow if you spend all your time inside. That’s why we think that getting some fresh air and having fun at the same time is best achieved through some backyard games with your family or housemates.
So unleash your competitive streak and get your blood pumping with these nine outdoor games for kids and adults that you can play in your backyard.
The best outdoor games for adults that you can play in your backyard
Throw Throw Burrito
If you’ve ever played the indoor version of this game, you’ll know it can get pretty violent. The adult version of this game is designed to be played outdoors, featuring jumbo playing and huge inflatable burritos that you can throw at each other.
Overall, it’s a fast-paced game that requires you to pick up and discard random cards in order to create a set of three that will earn you points. If you happen to collect three of the same type of “burrito card”, you’ll activate one of three events: burrito brawl, burrito duel or burrito war.
These events will give you the opportunity to hurl the closest burrito at your friends in the spirit of fun. But we imagine it’ll be much harder with giant inflatable ones.
Finska is a classic Scandinavian game. The crate even comes with a warning that it’s “dangerously addictive”. So if that doesn’t tell you how much you need this backyard game, then we don’t know what will.
The gist of the game is to throw the cylindrical-shaped log at the numbered pins and knock them over. Your goal is to score 50 points exactly, any more and you drop back down to 25 points. By knocking over one pin (which can have any number on it from one to 12), you add the number that was written on it to your score. However, let’s say you knock over three pins, then you receive three points. But if you miss three rounds in a row, you’re out of the game.
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