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Playcraft Danbury 14 in 1 Multi-Game Table – more fun in one package than a box full of gold plated Cheerios


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We like fun, we like games. Heck we even like fun and games together. No-one can accuse us of being backward when it comes to…like, enjoying stuff. But one big downer when it comes to kicking back is the hassle of setting everything up, and all that boring woo. It would definitely be better if there was a way to have everything for our fun times neatly contained in one place.

Step up Mr Playcraft and your magical Danbury 14 in 1 Multi-Game Table. This doozy packs more fun into a square inch than Clint Eastwood’s lawn mower, and it’s a lot nicer to deal with. So we know what you’re thinking, how do you get 14 games into a box like that? Well the answer is…you cheat a bit.

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The major game components include table football (aka foosball for the heathen), a fan powered air hockey table, table tennis (aka ping pong), a pool table, a kind of basketball hoops thing, bowling and shuffleboard. And then there are the board games which aren’t strictly a table conversion, rather than a table user. Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Yahtzee, Dominoes, Poker and Pinochle.

Phew, is that 14 already?

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The full cabinet weighs 222 pounds, and sits on solid 4″x4″ legs, so you’re going to need some heavy set assistance with the install. And it looks as though you’ll be limited to 1.5 inch diameter pool balls (is that the normal size?). Whatever the size issues, there’s no doubting that this could offer some serious playtime in the right hands. Priced at $810.88 with all the gear included.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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