# 42 Fun Physics Games for Adults

Physics is the branch of science that typically deals with the study of the phenomena and laws of nature and the universe. It helps a person understand the basic characteristics and properties of different forms of matter and energy present in the universe. Physics can be further classified into various forms such as astrophysics, classical physics, experimental physics, nuclear physics, biophysics, quantum mechanics, condensed matter physics, particle physics, chemical physics, plasma physics, and many more. Learning physics with the help of textbooks, journals, and research papers is quite a tedious task; however, one can easily understand the basic concepts of physics by playing games.

## Examples of Fun Physics Games for Adults

There are a variety of physics fun games for adults available in the market. Some of them are listed below:

### 1. Snooker

Snooker is one of the most common physics fun games designed for adults. The game was developed in India in the 1870s. The game was primarily designed for soldiers. Snooker consists of 22 balls, out of which 15 balls are red in colour, and the rest seven balls are coloured yellow, green, brown, white, blue, pink, and black. The white ball is known as the cue ball. The point value associated with the red, yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black balls is equal to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 respectively. The balls are arranged on the snooker table in a definite order. The player tends to strike the balls with the help of a cue stick with the intention to pocket the balls. The first rule of the game is that the break shot, i.e., the first shot must always be a red ball. After hitting the red ball, the player is supposed to designate the non-red ball that he/she intends to hit. The player is then rewarded with points as per the hit or the miss. At the end of the game, the player with the maximum points tends to win the game. One can easily observe rolling friction, the rotatory motion of objects, impact force, and various other physics-related phenomena in real life while playing snooker.

### 2. Bowling

Bowling is yet another game that makes use of the physics concepts and theories in real life and helps a person gain knowledge about them in a fun and easy way. It typically consists of a heavy spherical ball that consists of three holes on its surface. The material generally preferred to make a bowling ball is ceramic. The prime aim of the game is to knock down the pins by rolling the ceramic ball towards them from a distance. One can easily visualize the existence of rolling friction, rotatory motion, rectilinear motion, translation of motion from one form to another, muscular force, etc. with the help of a bowling game.

### 3. Dart Board Game

Dartboard game is yet another example of a fun physics game designed for adults. The dartboard game originated in England during the 1890s. There are a number of ways in which a dartboard game can be played. Some of the most common dartboard games include the standard dartboard game, around the clock, 180 around the clock, cricket, chase the dragon, hare and hounds, fives, etc. Various physics rules, phenomena, and theories associated with a dartboard game include air resistance, muscular force, Newton’s laws of motion, impact force, the rectilinear motion of objects, etc. A dartboard game also helps a person improve his/her ability to focus and concentrate.

### 4. Pick Up Sticks

Pick up sticks is a game that helps a person improve stability, enhance focus, and build concentration. The rules of the game are simple. The first player tends to hold all the sticks and drop them on the playing board, ground, or any other rigid surface. All the players are then required to pick up the sticks one by one without making noise or moving the other sticks. If the player moves other sticks while picking up the desired one, he/she gets eliminated. The player who remains after all of the players have been eliminated tends to win the game. This particular game helps a person understand gravity, asymmetry of objects, forces in nature, and many other physics-related concepts.

### 5. Golf

Golf is yet another physics fun game that is best suited for adults. It is an outdoor sport that is generally played on specially designed lawns or grounds. The surface of the golf lawn is uneven and consists of a number of small hills and valleys. To play the game, the player places the ball on a tee and tends to hit it with his/her golf stick. The main objective of the game is to make the ball land into one of the cups that are installed on the surface of the lawn. Golf is a complex game that requires special biomechanics to be followed so as to score points and avoid injuries. One can easily learn and observe the existence of various physics-related phenomena and theories by playing golf. Some of the physics concepts that can be explained and demonstrated by playing golf include the parabolic motion of objects, rotational motion, twist force, rolling friction, air resistance, etc.

### 6. Mini Football

A mini football game usually consists of a cubical wooden frame that is open from its top face. It has circular openings on two of its opposite faces. Four rods are attached to the cuboid along the horizontal direction. A few toy figures of footballers are fixed on the surface of the rods at equal distances. A layout of the football field is drawn on the base of the cuboid. A small plastic ball is randomly dropped into the structure. The main objective of the game is to score goals against each other’s goal post by moving the rods and hitting the ball. The player who manages to score maximum points tends to win the game. It is a fun physics game that is best suited for adults. The physics concepts covered by a mini football game include rolling friction, rotatory motion, impact force, rectilinear motion, conversion of motion from one form to another, etc.

### 7. Shooting

Shooting games are one of the prominent examples of fun games that are developed typically for adults. The shooting game is played specifically at the shooting ranges to avoid mishaps or injuries. Such games are advantageous as they help a person observe and verify the existence of different physics concepts in real life such as Newton’s laws of motion, action-reaction forces, muscular force, the recoil of gun, inertia, conversion of energy from one form to the other, and many other.

### 8. Fast Sling Puck

A fast sling puck game typically consists of a wooden cuboid that is open from its top face. The board is divided into two equal parts with the help of a wooden log. Two elastic bands are attached to the opposite edges of the board. A small opening is made in the middle of the partition log. The game set is provided with a set of 12 disks, out of which 6 are black in colour and 6 are white in colour. The prime objective of the game is to fling the discs towards the opponent’s side by passing them through the cut out present on the wooden board. The first player to fling all the discs towards the opponent’s side tends to win the game. The concept of friction, elasticity, tension, rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion, etc. can be understood easily with the help of fast sling puck toys.

### 9. Carrom

Carrom is an indoor game that is typically designed for two to four players. A carrom board is provided with a set of 19 carrom coins and a striker. Nine of the carrom coins are black in colour, nine of them are white in colour, and one of them is red in colour. The red coloured carrom coin is known as the queen and has five points associated with it. The points associated with each of the coins other than the queen coin is equal to 1. The prime objective of the game is to drop the maximum number of carrom coins into the pockets grooved on the edges of the carrom board by hitting the coins with a striker. At the end of the game, all the players tend to sum up the points collected by them. The player who manages to score maximum points is declared the winner of the game. One can easily understand the concept of frictional force, muscular force, transfer of energy from one form to the other, etc. by playing carrom.

### 10. Climb the Rope

Climb the rope is yet another sport that helps a person gain a good knowledge of physics-related theories and concepts. It typically consists of a metallic or wooden beam fixed on the top of two tall pillars. A number of ropes are attached to the surface of the beam at equal distances. The main objective of the game is to climb to the top of the rope and return back as soon as possible. The person who manages to finish the task first is declared the winner. This particular game helps a person understand various physics concepts such as tension force, muscular force, the gravitational pull of the earth, air resistance, translation of energy from one form to the other, and many more.

### 11. Paint Ball

Paintball is an outdoor team sport that serves to be one of the best examples of physics fun games for adults. The main objective of the game is to eliminate the opposite team members by hitting them with paintballs. The paintballs are usually the spherical gelatin capsules filled with colourful dye. These paintballs are commonly loaded into the toy guns and are launched towards the target by pulling the trigger. When these paintballs strike the rigid surface of the target, an impact force gets produced and the paintball breaks, thereby forming a paint splash on the target’s surface. One can easily learn about various physics-related concepts, theories, and phenomena while playing paintball such as impact force, action-reaction force, gravitational force, etc.

### 12. Indoor Rock Climbing

Mountain climbing is typically an outdoor sport, but some of the indoor models of mountain climbing are also available in the market that can help a person understand and experience various physics-related phenomena in real life while playing such as friction, gravitational pull of the earth, impact force, tensile strength of objects, tension force, muscular force, strain, stress, etc.

### 13. Table Tennis

Table tennis is an indoor game best suited for older children and adults. It typically consists of a table that is divided into two parts with the help of a removable net. Each player is provided with a tennis bat or paddle. The paddle is generally made up of wood and consists of a cushioned covering on its surface. The main objective of the game is to toss a lightweight plastic ball to and fro from one end of the table to the other end. The player who misses the ball a maximum number of times loses the game. It helps a person understand the basics or the fundamental concepts of physics such as projectile motion, velocity, impact force, the transformation of energy from one form to another, etc.

### 14. Badminton

Badminton is yet another fun physics game best suited for adults. Badminton game helps a person gain an understanding of projectile motion, air resistance, velocity, horizontal and vertical components of force, gravitational force, impact force, inertia, etc. It typically comprises two tall netted rackets and a shuttle cork. The players tend to stand in their dedicated slots on the badminton court and begin to toss the shuttle cork from one side to the other till one of the players misses the shot. The player opposite to the player who misses the shot earns one point. At the end of the game, the player with the maximum points is declared the winner.

### 15. Carrom Air Hockey

A carrom air hockey is a board indoor game that is appropriate for adults. It was invented by Mark Robbins, a two-time all world air hockey champion. The board of an air hockey game is rectangular in shape and is divided into two equal parts. Usually, two cutouts are made on the opposite sides of the board and are known as the goal openings. Carrom air hockey is typically designed for two players. Both the players are provided with padded strikers and a tossing disc. As the game begins, the players try to score goals against each other by sliding the disc towards each other’s goal openings. At the end of the game, the player who is able to score a maximum number of goals against the enemy player is declared the winner. This particular game helps a person observe and experience the force of friction and the gravitational pull of the earth in real life. Also, one can learn about different forms of motion of objects, conversion of energy from one form to another, the inertia of rest and motion, etc. by playing carrom air hockey game.

### 16. High Striker

High striker is one of the major attractions in the malls or in carnivals. It is also known as the strongman game. It typically consists of a tall tower that is attached to a bell on its top. The internal mechanism of the game is designed in such a way that when the player hits the mechanical part present at the base of the graduated tower, a signal gets conveyed to the detectors that are placed along the length of the tower. The position of the last detector that is able to receive the signal helps in the determination of the strength or the magnitude of the input force. The ultimate aim of the game is to strike the gaming equipment with such a high magnitude force that the signal generated as a result triggers the detector present on the top of the tower, thereby ringing the bell attached to it. While playing the high striker game, a person can easily understand the basic concepts of velocity, motion, mechanical force, electric current, working of a detector, sound energy, conversion of energy from one form to the other, etc.

### 17. Croquet

Croquet is a multiplayer outdoor game that people of all ages can play for fun as well as for learning purposes. A croquet set typically consists of mallets, metallic hoops, and plastic or wooden balls. The metallic hoops are embedded in a grass court in a particular format. The prime objective of the game is to hit the balls with the mallet and make them pass through the hoops installed in the ground. If the player is able to move the balls through the hoops in the correct order, then he/she tends to score a point. Any player whose total hoop points add up to 6 and is able to score one peg point for each ball is considered to be the winner of the game. The game is typically played in singles or doubles. This particular game helps a person learn and visualize the concepts of frictional force, gravitational force, muscular force, rotatory motion, kinetic energy, potential energy, velocity, swing, curvilinear motion, rectilinear motion, etc. in real life.

### 18. Polo

Polo is a classic example of a physics fun game designed for adults. It is a multiple player field sport that is played on horseback. The width of a polo field is typically 200 yards and its length is approximately equal to 300 yards. The equipment used in the game include polo sticks, knee guards, a helmet, and a ball. The main objective of the game is to score the goal against the opponent’s team by striking the ball with the help of polo sticks in such a way that the ball rolls into the opponent’s goal post. The game tends to explain a lot about the fundamental concepts of physics such as inertia, action-reaction force, balanced force, weight, tension, muscular force, the force of friction, weight, the gravitational pull of the earth, elasticity, etc.

### 19. Ball Games

Almost all ball games such as basketball, volleyball, handball, etc. make use of various physics-related concepts and phenomena. For instance, one can easily observe, experience, and understand the concept of forces such as gravitational force, frictional force, muscular force, impact force, action-reaction force, etc. while playing such games. Playing ball games tend to help a person understand the concepts of the physical quantities present in nature such as velocity, distance, time, light intensity, and many more. Also, a person can easily learn and practice the concepts of electromagnetic waves, sound waves, air resistance, etc. while playing ball games.

### 20. Archery

Archery is one of the best physics fun games that are designed for adults. It involves shooting arrows towards a graduated target board with the help of a bow.  A bow is typically a long, curved, and flexible stick made up of wood, fibre, or plastic. The ends of the bow are typically tied with an elastic string. An arrow is a pointed stick that is attached with feather-like structures on one side. While playing archery a player tends to place the base or the feathered side of the arrow over the elastic string, stretch it backwards, and aim for the target. When the target gets locked, he/she tends to release the arrow. The main aim of the game is to hit the mid-portion of the target board. This particular game helps a person learn a lot of physics concepts and theories such as the rectilinear motion of objects, air resistance, velocity, impact force, pull force, elasticity, the tensile strength of objects, tension force, and many more. Observing the design or the construction of bow and arrow also provides the user with an ability to learn the fundamentals of aerodynamics.

### 21. Bocce

Bocce is one of the most common backyard games that people of all ages, typically adults, love to play. It comprises a set of eight large balls and one small ball. The small ball is also known as the object ball or a Pallino. Bocce is a team sport and is generally played between two teams. Each team is provided with four balls. Each player of both teams is required to throw the ball in the forwarding direction one by one. The main objective of the game is to throw the bocce balls near the Pallino ball. The points are assigned to the teams as per the distance covered by the balls. At the end of the game, the points earned by the teams are summed up and the team with maximum points wins the game. This particular game is helpful in allowing a person to learn the basics of rolling friction, impact force, inertia, laws of motion, the motion of objects, gravitational force, and mechanical force.

### 22. Knock Off Toss Game

A knock off toss game is yet another fun physics game that is typically designed for adults. The game set-up consists of two poles that are equal in length, two empty cans or bottles, and a flying disc. The first step of setting up the game is to properly stick the poles to the ground. The poles must be held in such a way that they do not fall off easily and remain upright for a longer duration. The second step is to place two bottles, cans or any other target objects on the top of each pole. Now, the player of each team is provided with a chance to throw the flying disc towards the target object of the opposite team. The first team to knock the opposite team’s target object tends to win the game. The players can also catch the flying disc to save their target object from getting hit. Such a game helps a person clearly understand the concept of the aerodynamics of objects, curvilinear motion, rectilinear motion, air resistance, muscular force, impact force, destructive force, inertia, the motion of objects, etc.

### 23. Throw Games

There are a number of throw games designed for adults that belong to the fun physics games category. Typically, such games make use of the fundamental as well as the complex concepts and theories of physics such as rotational motion, circular motion, air resistance, rectilinear motion, muscular force, heat energy, impact force, conversion of motion from one form to the other, conservation of energy, action-reaction forces, etc. Some of the most common throw games that enable a person to learn while playing include shot put throw, discuss throw, javelin throw, hammer throw, etc. The player who tends to play such games must employ accurate biomechanics for better gameplay as well as to avoid injuries.

### 24. Surfing

Surfing is yet another fun physics game designed for adults. It typically consists of a surfing board made up of flexible materials such as fibre, polyurethane or polystyrene. The surfer tends to place the board on the surface of the sea or ocean and ride the water waves. One can easily learn about buoyancy, mass, states of matter, surface tension, balanced force, the gravitational pull of the earth and the moon, etc. in real life while surfing. Surfing is also known as surfriding.

### 25. Skating

The Skating game is one of the best fun physics games designed for people of all age groups. It is generally a two-player game, but the playing rules can be modified according to the number of players playing the game. Here, one of the players tends to perform a skating trick. After the first player lands on the ground, the second player tries to imitate the trick. If he/she performs the trick, both the players move forward; however, if the player is unable to copy the trick, he/she earn a letter of the work ‘SKATE’. With each missed trick, the skater earns a letter. The first person who earns the last alphabet ‘E’ of the word ‘SKATE’ tends to lose the game. Various physics terms and concepts associated with skateboarding or skating include rolling friction, rotatory motion, sliding friction, muscular force, velocity, angular momentum, the law of inertia of motion, air resistance, action-reaction forces, balanced forces, and many more.

### 26. Bottle Flip

Bottle flip is a common indoor game that employs the fundamental concepts of physics such as inertia, velocity, angular momentum, force, the rotatory motion of objects, Brownian motion, etc. The main aim of the game is to hold a plastic bottle that is partially filled with a fluid such as water etc. from the top and flip it in the air in such a way that the bottle lands on the surface vertically. Various different versions of the game have been introduced in which the bottle is required to be landed on a set of obstacles or multiple bottles are flipped at the same time.

### 27. Stacking Games

A number of stacking games are designed for adults that involve placing substances such as playing cards, cups, etc. on top of one other to form a structure. The placement of the objects should be done in such a way that the number of objects increases while moving from the top of the structure to the bottom. The player or the team that is able to build the most stable structure in minimum time wins the game. Various physics concepts involved while playing such games include inertia, the motion of objects, gravitational pull, etc.

### 28. Squash

Squash is a racket game that can be played solo as well as against an opponent. The main purpose of the game is to hit a rubber ball with the help of a racquet against a wall repeatedly without any miss. When two players tend to play the squash game, they take turns to hit the ball and the person who misses the hit rewards his/her opponent with a point. At the end of the game, the person with the maximum score is declared the winner of the game. A squash game typically makes use of a number of physics laws, phenomena, and concepts such as action-reaction forces, rolling friction, impact force, Newton’s laws of motion, acceleration and deceleration of a body, velocity, angular momentum, etc.

### 29. Fencing

Fencing is yet another game that makes use of the general physical phenomena and physics-related concepts in real life. It is typically played between two players. The playing area of fencing is typically known as strip or piste that is approximately 12 m long and 2 m wide. The main objective or the aim of the game is to score a hit or touch on the opponent with the help of a weapon. A weapon used in a fencing game may include the foil, the sabre, or the epee. Each hit or touch corresponds to a point. The hits are difficult to be recorded manually, hence the sensors and wires attached to the body of the fencer tend to convey the message to the referee via electronic means. Generally, the mode of communication of the point is a light indication that gets activated when the weapon touches the player’s body wires. Some of the most common physics concepts that can be explained and learnt while playing fencing include the force of friction, shear force, gravity, electrical energy, light energy, photons, propagation of light radiations, impact force, the motion of objects, components of forces, balanced and unbalanced forces, etc.

### 30. Boxing

Boxing is yet another game that is specifically designed for adults. The main aim of playing boxing is to knock out the enemy player. The player is considered to be knocked out if he/she is unable to stand on his/her feet till the referee counts from one to ten. Some of the forms of boxing also make use of counting the scoring system to declare the winner, in which a hit on different body organs is associated with a dedicated value or point. Boxing game generally comprises the implementation of a variety of physical laws and phenomena such as Newton’s laws of motion, the law of conservation of energy, etc. Certain other physical quantities associated with the boxing game include velocity, acceleration, retardation, impact force, destructive force, gravitational force, balance force, rotatory motion, swinging of objects, angular momentum, etc.

### 31. Skiing

Skiing is a prominent example of the fun physics games for adults that are generally played during the winter season. The person playing the skiing game tends to wear two elongated slippers or skiis generally made up of metal, wood, or fibre. He/she is provided with a set of skiing sticks that help in retaining the motion, maintaining balance, and avoiding any sort of imbalance. The main object of the game is to slide through the snow-covered mountains or inclined planes as fast as possible without losing balance. It can be played as a competitive sport between two individuals or between multiple players. The first player who tends to reach the base of the mountain or the inclined plane is declared the winner of the game. Along with being a great source of amusement, skiing games also help a person observe, learn and practice various physics laws, concepts, and phenomena such as action-reaction force, impact force, sliding friction, the motion of objects, the gravitational pull of the earth, rectilinear motion, momentum, curvilinear motion, heat energy, the law of conservation of energy, inertia, etc.

### 32. Hockey

Hockey is one of the most common team sport that an adult can play for fun and for learning purposes. The existence of action-reaction forces, impact force, muscular force, sliding friction, rolling motion, curvilinear motion, etc. can be observed easily while playing hockey. The game was first introduced in England during the mid 18th century. Each team playing hockey contains a total of 11 players. Here, each player is provided with a wooden stick that is slightly curved at one end. Before the game begins, the players take their positions as the forward player, the midfielders, the defendants, the goalie or goalkeeper, etc. When the referee indicates the start of the game by blowing the whistle or by firing a bullet in the air, each player attempts to slide the ball towards the opponent’s goal field to earn a point. The track of the points of both teams is maintained throughout the game. At the end of the game, the team with maximum points tends to win the game.

### 33. Ice Hockey

Ice hockey is an example of the fun games that are generally played during the winter season. The game is usually played in the ice skating rink. The players wear ice skates and tend to score points against each other by sliding the puck towards the opponent’s goalposts with the help of hockey sticks. The hockey sticks used in ice hockey are specifically designed with the help of a highly tensile and flexible material such as fibre, plastic, wood, etc. The team at the end of the game with maximum points is declared as the winner of the game. Various physics-related concepts that a person can easily observe and learn while playing ice hockey are acceleration, retardation, momentum, twist force, sliding friction, gravitational force, muscular force, swinging motion of objects, etc.

### 34. Water Polo

Water polo is a prominent example of yet another team sport that can help a person learn about complex physics concepts in a fun and simple manner. It is typically a team sport that is played in water bodies such as swimming pools, beaches, etc. The two teams that tend to compete against each other in a water polo game contain seven players each. The players tend to bounce the ball towards each other’s goalposts and try to score a point. The team that manages to score the maximum points in a given duration of time wins the game. Various physics-related concepts that can be observed while playing water polo include buoyancy, tension force, momentum, angular momentum, velocity, acceleration, deceleration, the projectile motion of objects, transfer of energy from one form to the other, drag force, etc.

### 35. Combat Games

The games such as tae kwon do, karate, judo, mixed martial arts, sambo, sanda, etc. are some of the examples of combat games that are best suited for adults. A person can learn about a variety of relevant physics terms and concepts while playing such games. Some of the major physics concepts and theories demonstrated by combat games include balance force, impact force, velocity, the gravitational pull of the earth, energy, energy conversion and translation, muscular force, power, frequency, and many more.

### 36. Tennis

Tennis is a classic example of a fun physics game that help a person easily understand and visualize complex physics concepts in real life. It is an outdoor sport that is played between two players or two teams that have two players each. The prime aim of the game is to toss the tennis ball from one side of the court to the other without a miss.

### 37. Gymnastics

Gymnastics games are a prominent example of fun games that provide the user with the ability to learn physics while playing. The main idea behind the game is that one of the players or the gymnast begins to perform a set of gymnastic tricks. These tricks are then required to be replicated by the other players or gymnasts. The person who performs or presents the tricks with little or no flaw is declared the winner of the game. Playing gymnastic games help a person improve concentration, develop focus, and enhance balance. Balance force, gravity, angular momentum, preservation of energy and momentum, conversion or translation of motion, force, energy, or other quantities, muscular force, tension force, push force, pull force, angular momentum, velocity, oscillatory motion, equilibrium, etc. are some of the concepts and theories that can be explained or demonstrated easily with the help of gymnastic games.

### 38. Equestrian

Equestrian is a form of horse riding game in which the horse rider tends to maintain coordination with the horse and perform certain tricks without falling on the ground. To avoid any sort of mishaps, such games are generally designed for trained adults. Some of the prime physics-related concepts that an equestrian game uses include Newtons laws of motion, balance force, vertical motion of objects, gravitational force, the force of friction, velocity, acceleration, momentum, etc.

### 39. Futsal

Futsal is a ball game that is very much similar to football. One of the differences between the two is that futsal is an indoor game, while football is played outdoors. Futsal is a team sport, in which each team consists of five players. A futsal field is generally 25-42 m in length and 15-25 m in width. The players playing futsal typically try to score goals against each other. The general physics concepts that are used in futsal include curvilinear motion, rotatory motion, rectilinear motion, translation of motion from one form to the other, kinetic energy, potential energy, heat energy, momentum, velocity, acceleration, balance force, friction, impact force, gravitational pull, deceleration, and the components of forces.

### 40. Luge

Luge is yet another winter fun physics game designed for adults. The player playing the luge game is supposed to lie down on a sledge and slide down towards the base of an inclined surface that is covered with ice. The game can be played between individuals or a group of individuals. The main objective of the game is to cover the total distance of the inclined surface as fast as possible without falling off the sledge. The player is required to follow accurate biomechanics so as to avoid any sort of injuries and to improve his/her speed. The concept of acceleration, retardation, velocity, momentum, sliding friction, balancing force, gravitational pull, mechanical force, curvilinear motion, angular momentum, etc. can be observed easily while playing the luge game.

### 41. Racing Games

A number of racing games such as marathons, obstacle racing, cycle racing, three-legged racing, relay race, swimming race, etc. form a prominent example of the fun physics games that an adult can play for fun, exercising, and educational purposes. Such games are helpful in making a person understand the theory and working behind various physics values and phenomena such as friction, air resistance, action-reaction force, balanced force, weight, gravitational force, velocity, momentum, Newton’s laws of motion, types of motion, distance, etc.

### 42. Bobsleigh

Bobsleighing game is also known as bobsledding. It is a fun game usually designed for adults in which the players tend to slide down an ice-covered inclined surface while riding a sledge. A bobsled or simply a bob is capable of carrying two to four persons at a time. Bobsleighing game is generally played as a team sport. The first team to reach the end of the inclined surface is declared the winner of the game.  One can easily observe the existence of various physics theories and concepts such as acceleration, retardation, velocity, sliding friction, twist force, curvilinear motion, rectilinear motion, conversion of motion from one form to the other, etc. in real life while playing a bobsled game.