|Dimensions||22.8 × 5 × 7.6 cm|
The children’s game of Tiddlywinks (flicking counters into a pot) has a history stretching back over 100 years in various countries. The modern game of Tiddlywinks, as played in tournaments in the UK and the USA, was invented in Cambridge in 1955, and combines the physical dexterity of the children’s game with tactics and strategy necessary for an adult pastime.
Tiddlywinks is played indoors, with sets of small discs, known as winks placed on a flat surface, either a table or mat. There is one larger disc, known as a squidger that you use to press down a wink on one side, causing the wink to fly up in the air. The objective is to flick the wink so that it will land in a cup or pot.
Recommended Age: 5 – 9
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