Your screen is to small to play this fun online game.
Take the challenge and defeat all the world champions of air hockey in this Air Hockey World Championship game. Air hockey is a game for two competing players trying to score points in the opposing player's goal using a table having a special low-friction playing surface. A typical air hockey table consists of large smooth playing surface, a surrounding rail to prevent the puck and mallets from leaving the table, and slots in the rail at either end of the table that serve as goals. Have Fun!
Use your Mouse to move your mallet and hit the puck. Select your country and play against the other top teams of the world, beat them all and become the World Champion. The first player to accumulate seven points wins the online game. You win a point by hitting the puck in the opponents goal. The player who scores a point will have the possession of the puck for the next serve. The puck can be struck with any part of the mallet.
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun. Do you like online sports games for kids, and do you also enjoy to play a free sport game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Air Hockey game online right now.
In 1969, a trio of Brunswick engineers - Phil Crossman, Bob Kenrick, and Brad Baldwin - began work on creating a game using a frictionless surface. The project stagnated for several years until it was revived by Bob Lemieux, who then focused on implementing an abstracted version of ice hockey, with a thin disk, two mallets and slit-like goals equipped with photodetectors. It was then decided that the game might appeal to a larger market and air hockey was marketed and sold to the general public. The original patents reference Crossman, Kenrick and Lemieux. It should also be noted that the air table proper had already been patented before Brunswick's project, though for unrelated purposes. In any event, the game was an immediate financial success and by the mid-1970s there arose substantial interest in tournament play. As early as 1973, players in Houston had formed the Houston Air Hockey Association, and soon thereafter, the Texas Air-Hockey Players Association, codifying rules and promoting the sport through local tournaments at Houston pubs Carnabys, Damians, and the University of Houston. To ensure uniform play standards of the highest competitive quality, the United States Air-Table Hockey Association (USAA) was formed in 1975 by J. Phillip "Phil" Arnold, largely as an official sanctioning body. In this way, non-player friendly rules imposed by Brunswick corporation were rendered void, and the sport of air hockey was secured under the control of players since that time.