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We love Fubi here at work. We play it on breaks, at lunch, and after work. We enjoy it because the games a fast and furious. It is a high quality game. The components are made from wook, metal and plastic. It feels solid and looks good. People who see it have to play it... Three people here at work ordered it after seeing my game and playing it.
Give it a try. It is simple to learn and fun to play !!!
As a Brazilian, it is needless to say I'm a big fan of soccer and have, for the obvious reasons, tried every soccer game in the market.
Fubi is a great game. The components are top notch. The concept is also unique. It is a mix of pinball and soccer. I must add that their customer service department is awesome. About a month ago I lost a couple of playing pieces and contacted them and about a week later I got in the mail an envelope with the pieces I lost. I highly recommend this game to anyone interested in soccer. A+!
I brought 2 FUBI games last year on the toy-fair 'SPIEL02' in Essen/Germany. One for us and one for a friend of mine which is a table-soccer fan. I had played lots of table-soccer games but definitly FUBI is the best. I was surprised to find FUBI here in an american store, but its great to see that the american people also like to play FUBI! Maybe we can organize a world-championchip-FUBI-league!
You have hundreds of possibilities to get a goal, but its not so easy as it seems. You have to shoot with care and skill. Its a game for everyone!
From the time we bought Fubi in Europe some years ago Fubi is still number one game in our home. We have now In-house lige with table showing position of our clubs,even the prices are given at the end of the season. Playing Fubi one can imagine playing soccer or even hockey.
Game requires concentration and is a good way to spend spare time with a family.
FUBI is a nice variation of box hockey but it has two main problems.
First, the field is made of pressboard which isn't 100% level so I often find myself stuffing napkins etc. in various places under the board to even things out.
Second, the rules provided are very unclear so I had to make up my own. The way I play now, you can contiune taking shots as long as the ball hits at least one of your own color pegs without hitting any of the other color pegs.
Despite the slightly warped board, the rest of the pieces are of decent quality and the game itself is mindless fun for old and young.
Assembly is also easy although I strongly suggest you put the plastic pegs in last; after you have installed the metal pegs and elastic boundary.
You are not vandalizing the pitch! Just trust me, and spend a few minutes hammering the edge posts onto the board. Then stretch the elastic perimeter fence around them and hammer the obstacles into the pitch. Don't be so hesitant--there are tiny holes to guide you. Place the metal ball in the middle of the field, and try scoring a goal with your miniature bat--even by ricocheting the ball off the perimeter. Oops! See how it rebounded off that obstacle to your side of the field? It's more challenging than regular soccer (or billiards), and a hoot to boot! Play until victory goes to someone who scores...whatever number of goals you decide will win the game. Several hours later you won't care that you vandalized that pitch.