Sling Puck can teach us a life lesson about compromise, kids. Maybe Mama and Pop told you no firing slingshots in the house. And then when you put down your pellets and Pocket Shot and picked up your puck and stick, they told you no indoor hockey either. But combine the two, and then condense them into a tabletop game that won't shatter flat screens and family heirlooms, and you've got compromise. Sling Puck.
Sling Puck is a retro-style game made of a solid wood frame and a pair of elastic bands on either end. Ten wooden pucks are divided between two players, who go head-to-head with hand-eye coordination, and shoot simultaneously to be the first to get all of their pucks through the center slot, into their opponent's territory.