Want to make an even more compact, pocket-size foosball game? Here’s how.
Micro Foosball Game
Make a pocket-sized foosball game.
Make the paddle arms.
Straighten 4 paper clips and bend them into the shape as shown, being sure to include a “V” near the center to act as a game paddle.
Notice the “hook” on alternating ends of each paper clip — this will prevent the paper clip paddles from sliding out of the paper clip guides.
Wrap some tape at the non-hook ends of each paddle to act as handle grips for each player.
Prepare the box.
Cut off the top flap of the paper clip box, and cut away a square section at each end of the box for the ball to eject.
Slide 8 paperclips onto the long sides of the box, 4 per side, evenly spaced.
Install the paddle arms.
Slide the 4 paper clip paddle arms into the paper clip guides on each side.
Toss the candy ball on the micro game board, and you’re ready to play.