Miscellaneous

What are the rules for Molkky?

What are the rules for Mölkky?

The official Mölkky rules allow for up to 26 players per game, so invite all of your friends to play! Players earn points by tossing the throwing pin. If a player knocks down more than 1 pin, their score for that turn is the number of pins they knocked down (4 pins = 4 points).

Who goes first Mölkky?

Mölkky® is won by the player, who scores exatly 50 points first. If someone throws more than 50 points, his or her point account will be set to 25. After each throw all fallen skittles will be placed exactly on the spot where they knocked over. Additional rules like the 37-point-rule or Mölkkout might apply as well.

Can you play Mölkky indoors?

With slightly smaller dimensions, this version can be played indoors or outdoors and is completely portable! Molkky consists of 12 pins (or skittles’) numbered 1-12, a throwing pin, and a detailed set of rules.

How do you score Mölkky?

Scoring System

  1. Knocking over one pin scores the amount of points that is marked on the respective pin.
  2. Knocking over two or more pins scores the number of pins that were knocked over.
  3. A player that exceeds the score of 50, drops back to 25.
  4. A player that misses all of the target pins three times in a row is eliminated.

How do you use Mölkky app?

Mölkky Score is an easy to use, hassle-free and eco-friendly way of scoring a game of Mölkky. Much easier and less wasteful than pen and paper! You simply add your player names, then tap to select and score – that’s it! The application takes care of all the scoring details and complexities.

What size are Mölkky skittles?

The official Molkky Size: Wood diameter 5.5 cm (2.17 inch) Baton length 22.5 cm (8.86 inch) Skittle length 15 cm (5.91 inch)

How do you keep score with Molkky?

If one pin falls, the score = the number on the pin. When more than one fall, the score = the number of fallen pins. Ending the game: If a player misses (has no score) three times in a row, he/she is out of game and acts as the scorekeeper.