Ninepins, the forerunner of bowling, was wildly popular in colonial America.
As the name suggests, nine pins were used instead of ten, and they were set up in a square, with three rows of three pins each.
This game is much like bowling. To play, set up the 9 pins in a 3×3 square.
Take turns rolling the ball along the ground, trying to knock over as many pins as you can.
In a formal game, each pin is worth 1 point and you need exactly 31 points to win.
Contents: Instructions, bag, 9 wooden pins, 2 wooden balls