I am not even really sure how to play this game, which is for sale on Huckberry, but it is Viking inspired so it has my approval. Below is the description from Huckberry, check it out.

Bocce ball. Horse shoes. Corn hole.

Lawn games are awesome. Nothing says summer like a barbecue, a keg, and a lawn game to get everyone focused and competitive.

If you’re sick of horse shoes, well so are we. Welcome to V:King. It’s a traditional Swedish game inspired by Vikings, where you stack up a bunch of shields, throw axes at them, and ultimately attempt to take over the king. If it sounds sweet, it’s because it is sweet. And we’re excited to offer a pretty sweet V:King set.

Wilde Games produces gorgeous, hand-crafted wooden sets of V:King from the heart of Vermont, combining the centuries-old game with modern, sustainable craftsmanship. Each set comes with all that you need to play V:King…field markers, six axes——don’t worry, they aren’t actually axes——ten shields, the all-powerful king, a canvas bag, and thank god, a full set of rules. All you’ll need to provide is a field, and a good attitude (and a little Viking blood).

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2 Comments on “V:Kings”

  1. Craig
    July 14, 2012 at 1:29 pm #

    Cool game! I played it for the first time a couple of weekends ago.


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