Game Plans - Ring Toss Game, Tic-Tac-Toe Plans

Long before mass production and modern plastics, children and adults alike played with simple wooden games. Ring toss, tic tac toe, peg and maze games are down-to-earth games that can be built with basic tools and skills. A domino game also includes plans to construct a beautiful storage container.

Free wood game plans are easy projects to sell at fundraisers and bazaars. Make one for your family or dozens for a craft show.




Use scrap lumber, dowels and simple findings to build games that kid's from eight to 80 will find appealing and entertaining.

Free wood game plans featuring table hockey and table top soccer cost a fraction of the cost of commercial products. A beautiful cabinet to house a dartboard will make a welcome addition to the family room and camouflage the board in style.

A Marble Game Board


A Marble Game Board

Create a marble game board using a old game board as your template a plunge router or drill press for some family fun.

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Tic-Tac-Toe in 3D


Tic-Tac-Toe in 3D

This project for a tic-tac-toe game in 3D requires few materials and can be built in a short amount of time using the detailed instructions.

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Simple Pyramid Jumping Game


Simple Pyramid Jumping Game

Here is a simple project that only requires a drill for cutting holes into a piece of scrap wood for making this fun brain teaser.

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Kid’s Ring Toss Game


Kid’s Ring Toss Game

Build a toss game that’s designed to be played by kids ages 4 and up, it’s extremely easy to make and will provide hours of fun.

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This Mini Marble Game


This Mini Marble Game

Here are detailed instructions to help you create this mini marble game that will provide quality time between family and friends.

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Little Tykes Block Puzzle


Little Tykes Block Puzzle

This easy project takes 4 x 4 scrap wood and with a few cuts, spray paint and an elephant stencil make this fun block puzzle.

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Create a Cross Puzzle


Create a Cross Puzzle

Here’s a fun to make brain teaser the whole family will enjoy. All you need is some scrap-wood, dowel pins and some wood glue.

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Memory Game Set


Memory Game Set

This game will exercise your brains memory and its fun to play and so easy to make when using these easy to follow instructions.

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Cribbage Board Game


Cribbage Board Game

With just a little time and basic woodworking skills you can build this compact cribbage board game using plywood, pine and some oak.

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Last Man Standing


Last Man Standing

Build this strategic game that is similar to checkers; it easy to make with the right materials and will provide fun for the whole family.

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Labrynth Marble Maze Game


Marble Maze Game Plans

Marbles try and avoid falling into holes when a knob on the side of a wooden box is turned. This fun board game project is for an experienced woodworker.

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IQ Peg Game Plans


An IQ Peg Game

Build an IQ peg game that only requires a small piece of wood with drilled holes that golf tees are placed in. Follow these easy directions for a fun and simple game.

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Tic-Tac-Toe Plans


Tic-Tac-Toe

This project gives you detailed instructions along with a list of needed materials to create a tic-tac-toe game the whole family will enjoy.

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Tricky Hook Game


Fun Hook Game

This is a very fun hook game that all your friends and family will have fun with.

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Tic Tac Toe Peg Game


Tic Tac Toe Game

Build a peg board game of tic tac toe where you try and get all the same color pegs in a row.

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Marble Pinball Game


Pinball Marble Game Plans

Fun marble pinball game that can be built using this easy to follow game plans.

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Ready-Set-Go Peg Game


Two Player Peg Game

This is a really fun and simple peg game for two. Adults and kids alike will have an easy time understanding the rules of this simple peg board game.

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