A fun, realistic 3d outdoor deck shuffleboard game set in a beautiful tropical resort.
How to play:
In deck or floor shuffle board, players use a cue, to slide their disks down the court, attempting to land within a marked scoring areas.
1. Press down on disks and swipe up in the direction you want them to go.
2. Swipe farther and faster to push with more power.
3. Try to land in a scoring area or knock out your opponent.
The disks are of two colors (yellow and black), each color belonging to a player (you versus the computer).
The scoring areas are divided by lines, into six zones: 10, 8, 8, 7, 7, 10-off. After all 8 disks have been played from one end of the court (a frame), the final score values for each player in the scoring zones is assessed: If a disk is completely within a scoring zone without touching (overlapping) any part of the border-line of the zone, it is good and that zone value is added to the correct player's score for the frame, and then to the player's total points.
Although the origins of shuffleboard are unknown, the game has been played for over 500 years, and was a favorite of King Henry VIII of England, who prohibited commoners from playing.