The Holiday Toss Game is a tossing game where Christmas balls are tossed toward a Christmas tree having individual target points along the branches.
Inventor Eileen Jedlicka, a retired teacher from Dunwoody, GA has created a tossing game where Christmas balls are tossed toward a Christmas tree having individual target points along the branches.
Older people often remember with great fondness the games of their youth. Children would play tag, board games, baseball, badminton, horseshoes, and darts. While some of those games are still popular, they are not as popular as they once were. Todays children are influenced by fast action computer games, movies, and other activities that incorporate sound and light effects. However, competition and skill from older games are sometimes difficult to replicate on a computer. One such game is a tossing game where a projectile is tossed toward a target. A successful toss, when the projectile strikes the target, results in a score. Inventor Jedlicka has created the Holiday Tossing Game that will appeal to both older and younger audiences alike.
This clever new invention is easy to use. It appeals to holiday buyers. It provides mindless entertainment and is attractive to multi-taskers. The invention is marketable to many groups. The tree rotates to increase the difficulty of the game.