Mumbly’s is a simple game. The rules were kept simple for a reason. Like all schoolyard games from the past... rules were meant to be broken. The idea that “house rules” are developed and learned by the locals is what Mumbly’s are all about There are two basic ways to play Mumbly’s: Feats or Tins.
Tins: Each player sets their base tin in front of them and stands or sits some distance away from their opponent who does the same thing. The lid is used for scoring and can be put on the ground somewhere away from the base so as to not interfere with the game. Each player takes a turn lobbing one of their three Mumbly’s at the base tin. First to 24 wins.
Feats: “Feats of Skill & Precision” The object is to complete all 24 Feats before your opponent or in the fewest attempts (solo play).