Tube Catch

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Tube Catch is an Osneaun game created by King Zander I of Osneau in which 2 players face of to see who can flip and catch rings on their wrists without dropping said rings in the 5 minute time given. The game begins with both players holding their rings and on "Go!" they throw the rings up and try to catch them on their wrists. If the time runs out the game will replay until a ring drops, if no ring drops in 5 rounds a coin will be flipped to decide the winner.

How to Play

To start the game you'll need 3 people, 2 players and a referee. The referee will watch for how long a tube is held and will say "Go!" to start the match. To play the game, you first need to grip the ring vertically. On "Go!" you throw the ring up and put your arm in the hole. Then you do whatever wrist motion is required to flip the ring back up until either the time is up or one of the players has dropped their ring.


You can't hold the ring for longer than 3 seconds or else you will be disqualified.

Dropping the ring will end the game and your opponent will continue.

No pushing others, or another hitting another player's tube.