Our most popular games like Nok-Hockey, Shuffleboard, Carrom, Skittles, and more. Shop our classic games here!
Who says bigger isn’t better!? Shop our larger scale sports games from foosball to table hockey here.
130 Years of Quality
The Carrom Company has been manufacturing quality games for 130 years, reaching homes across the country ever since. Our Ludington, Michigan manufacturing facility is in the heartland of America, where family means everything and quality time is number one. We make games so you can make memories. Find your favorite Classic Family Game and continue the great tradition.
In the last quarter of the 19th century Henry Haskell, a Sunday School teacher, viewed with alarm the growing number of boys who loafed around pool rooms. (Ironically, the company would eventually manufacture pool tables.) Haskell had an inventive mind and he concentrated his thought on supplying a game which would appeal to these boys and supply wholesome enjoyment. Soon after, Haskell patented and introduced the U.S. Carrom game board produced at Ludington Novelty Works. (Ludington, MI) of which he was part owner.
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Lose your instruction booklet? Click here and find instructions for any game we’ve ever sold.
Canadian customers interested in stick hockey, please contact our Canadian partner, Quebec Billard. Send your inquiries to email@example.com
Bring Back Family Game Night!
We’ve launched a national effort that calls upon families in America to put down their mobile devices, turn off their TVs and put away their laptops and tablets for one night to sit around the kitchen table or family room playing their favorite board games in an attempt to re-engage the family in real conversation and nostalgic fun.