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Gaga Ball

Action games Camp games Large group games


How To Play Gaga Ball

This is a wildly popular indoor exhausting game.

The game begins with all participants touching a wall. The dodge balls are thrown up in the air and play begins. The object is to not get out.

You get out if one of the following happens:
1. The dodge ball touches you anywhere below your knees (shins, feet, etc).
2. Any part of your body touches the ground other than your hands or feet.
3. You pick up the dodge ball (you must bat it with your hands).

Players roll the dodge ball on the ground in front of them and try to hit it into other player?s feet. Hands can be used to block the ball.

Materials Needed

1-3 gatorskin dodgeballs

Submitted by Waters on 21 Jun 2014 12:00:00

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How can ya get back into game?

Posted by Dia squad on 6 Oct 2014 at 11:59:38

@Dia squad, a person doesn't get back into the game (as its traditionally played). It's an elimination game. Last person standing wins.

Posted by Andrew on 15 Jan 2015 at 6:51:57

Thanks for the game, just tried it at our youth group. Our group of 20ish isn't that competitive, and if you need to burn up some time at a session, just play----if you get hit, sit down on the spot, and you get back in by catching a ball (not retrieving a rolling ball)

Posted by Andy b on 16 Jan 2015 at 8:20:34

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