Monday, January 2, 2017

Watermelon Ball from Plasmart


Watermelon Ball is the ultimate swimming pool game which combines football, basketball, and rugby in the water. Watermelon Ball originates from a swimming pool game where players used an actual watermelon, the fruit, instead of a ball.  Watermelons are nearly neutrally buoyant, they will sink in the water and slowly float to the surface.  This feature makes them great for passing under the water and excellent for playing a football-like or rugby-like game in the water.  To keep with the tradition of the original game, our Watermelon Ball has been designed to look, feel, and float like a watermelon with some additional features.  The Watermelon Ball is extremely durable and can withstand repeated intense use.  Also, the ball can be dribbled like a basketball under the water and can be passed longer distances underwater than the watermelon fruit.  If you have ever played the original game it has just gotten a whole lot more fun with this new ball.  

How to Play you divide players into two equal matching teams and define your goal areas which can be pool decks on opposite side of the pool or whatever you choose. If your team possesses the watermelon ball your objective is to deposit the watermelon ball onto the pool deck of the opposing team side of the pool and clear away defensive players by dunking, pulling, holding, or body blocking. The ball can be exchanged between players with hands-off impasses in any direction. All passes must be underwater. The ball can be carried out of the water but cannot be thrown. If the ball is thrown out of the water, then a turnover will result. The opposing team gains possession of the ball and play resumes. To score a goal, the ball must be set onto the pool deck of the opposing team side. If the ball is thrown, will not count as a goal and a turnover will result.
My Opinion: was very easy to fill with water and to play I really like the design of being in a watermelon shape is it’s very easy to see underwater into a pass to my opponents. This is for ages eight and up and you’ll have lots of fun playing watermelon ball.


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