Krazy Coasters Instruction


Krazy Coasters Game Instructions


Is throwing disks around really only for Frisbee Players??? Not Anymore! Introducing Krazy Coasters. The game where you throw a coaster sized disk through various slots to earn points. Played by two or more contestants. Family game, party game, drinking game! The points and gameplay are up to you!


Initial Game Play:

          Start by standing 7 feet from the center of where you placed the game stand. (NOTE: We recommend that you place the game stand in front of a wall to avoid chasing the coasters.) Each individual, or one member of each team throws a coaster. Whoever gets the highest point chooses if they want to go first or second.


For a Two Player Game (1-on-1):

          The first player will throw their 3 coasters; the second player will then throw their 3 coasters to complete one round.


Team Play (2-on-2):

          The first player from Team One will throw 3 coasters; the first player from Team Two will throw their 3 coasters. Note scores.


Now Team One, player two, throws their 3 coasters, Thiscompletes a round. After all the coasters have been thrown by all players from both teams, and scores are noted.


The last player or team to score plays first in the next round. A cancel does not affect this.



Keeping Score:

1) One point is scored for the Largest oval hole.
2) Three points are scored for the Middle oval hole.
3) Five points are scored for the Smallest oval hole.


To score points the coasters must go completely through a hole.


If during a round, opponents each throw a coaster into the same hole, neither player scores; a player may in this way cancel another player's successful score.


Winning the Game:

Rules and scoring may be changed, but must be agreed to prior to the start of the game.


The first player or team to end a round with exactly21 points wins the game!


If a score exceeds 21 points a penalty is incurred. If you go over 21 points your score is deducted the amount of points you scored that caused you to exceed 21.


Example: A player or team has a score of 19 and they score another "5". This puts them at 24, which is over 21. The previous score must be reduced by 5, the score that caused them to exceed 21. The score would now be 14. If you have exactly 21 you would not want to score any more points for that turn. Toss it to the wind!


Mercy Rule: If one side outscores the opponent by 13 points or more to zero... the other team must call "mercy!"

The other team wins!


*EXTRA FUN*  Turn the Game Board sideways so that the oval slots are vertical and the game becomes more challenging!