Best Multi-Game Table

Alright mate, what’s it to be? Are we playing pool or Ping pong? You might think that you will need loads of space to fit all that in, but you’d be wrong. Investing in the best multi-game table will allow you to play table tennis, pool, foosball, air hockey and more! Today I’ve assembled a quick list of some great options that will keep you and your mates entertained for hours.

1. Bigzzia Multi Game Table 36 inch

Having the ability to play 4 games at one table is a bit of a bonus. This table is great value for the money. It will allow you to play pool, air hockey, foosball, and table tennis.

If we are being truthful, there are a few more games you can play too. You’ll find that the table tennis surface has a backgammon table on one side and a draughts set/chessboard on the other (just don’t try to play all three at once).

At 3’ long, this table offers a compact solution if you’ve got a slightly smaller man cave. Granted, it isn’t quite as fun as playing on a full-size version, but I think it’s a fair trade-off considering the size and the cost.

Size:

36“(L) x 20“(W) x 28“(H)

Number of games:

6

  • Pool
  • Air hockey
  • Table tennis
  • Table football
  • Backgammon
  • Draughts

 

Pros
  • Plenty of games
  • It’s pretty compact
Cons
  • It might be a little too small for some
  • It’s permanently set up, so make sure you have space beforehand

 

2. ALPIKA 4FT 4 in 1 Multi Sports Game Table

This multi-game table offers much of the same as the above, but with a little extra feature that I think is really worthy of note.

When the table is not in use, you can fold it and leave it free-standing, giving you plenty of space and making it optional instead of a permanent feature.

It is also pretty heavy duty.

I love getting little extras. You’ll find that this multi-game table comes with everything that you need to play table football, pool, table tennis and air hockey. It includes paddles, balls, pucks and cues as part of the package.

It is also slightly larger than the above table. You’ll get an extra foot of space, so it would be ideally suited to mancaves that are a little larger.

Size:

48” x 14” x 32”

Number of games:

4

  • Pool
  • Air Hockey
  • Table tennis
  • Foosball

Pros
  • It is a great size. 4’ seems to be about the optimum for the best multi-game table
  • It folds away, giving you plenty of storage options for your man cave
  • It literally has everything you need for every game
Cons
  • A few of the games are higher quality than others. Pool, yes, table tennis, no

 

3. Haxton 5 in 1 Multi Games Table

Let’s be upfront. If you want rock-solid quality, you will have to be prepared to pay a little extra. This is one of the best multi games tables out there.

Why?

Well, for a start, you get not four but five games. Aside from the favourites of snooker, foosball, table tennis and snooker, you’ll also find that you can play ten pin bowling (granted, it’s not quite like the real thing).

What I do love is that this feels rock-solid. With sturdy legs and a nice finish, it is much more stable than some cheaper versions.

The only downside I can see is that it doesn’t fold away, meaning once it’s up, it is staying up. But if you’ve got room for it, it would be a worthy addition that will keep your mates from getting bored.

Size:

46” x 27” x 7”

Number of games:

5

  • Pool
  • Air hockey
  • Table football
  • Bowling
  • Chess (yawn)

Pros
  • The table feels really solid, with not a lot of ‘movement.’
  • Air hockey is particularly good, great for a game and quite similar to the real thing
Cons
  • I think the 5th game, ‘chess’, is pushing it. It’s really a 4 in 1 multi game table.

 

4. hlc 3ft 5 in 1 Game Table

Ok, you might have mixed feelings about this one. Some of the sports involved are a little high energy, and one even I was not expecting…

This table isn’t huge. The reason I’ve included it is precisely because of two games in particular…

What am I talking about?

The first is basketball. The table folds up at one end to reveal a hoop with a return net, so you can challenge your buddies to see who can sink the most in a row….

As for the second game…

It only comes with a bloody bow and arrow! The table folds along its long edge to create a sort of target range. Along with the sucker tipped arrows, you’ll be able to have an impromptu shooting competition (until someone inevitably gets hurt)

Size:

35” x 29” x 18”

Number of games:

5

  • Pool
  • Table tennis
  • Air hockey
  • Basketball
  • Archery

Pros
  • Considering the number of games, pretty great value.
  • Some interesting alternatives (that are better than chess)
  • Pretty compact size
Cons
  • While fun, the basketball game is a little easy.
  • Archery and drunk mates don’t mix.

 

5. GYMAX 3-In-1 Combination Game Table

Ever heard of the phrase ‘jack of all trades, master of none’? Sometimes you are better choosing fewer options and increasing the quality of those that remain.

Case in point… this table.

Ok, so you only get three games (ping pong, air hockey, and table tennis), but overall this multi-game table feels much more solid than the cheaper versions. The solid wooden legs mean that your game of pool won’t be ‘thrown’ when your mate Dave bangs into it.

It is floor mounted and not particularly tall. I’d suggest leaving it mounted on a separate table if you have friends who are taller than three feet.

Size:

36” x 20” x 8”

Number of games:

3

  • Pool
  • Air hockey
  • Table tennis

Pros
  • Compact size
  • Easy to store
  • Solid construction
Cons
  • It is a little bit too small for adults, truth be told.
  • I’d consider this more of a novelty item than a serious multi game table

6. Bigzzia Multi Game Table

Speaking of size, if the above didn’t appeal, maybe you want to go a little bigger?

Well, get this…

This multi-game table is pretty substantial, and you’ll be able to play a grand total of twelve games! Aside from the old favourites of pool and air hockey, you’ll also be able to use it as a basketball net, a chess set, and able to play rugby (allegedly).

I can’t say I’m surprised. It even works as quite an effective football net.

This is great if you want to add a little interest to your man cave. One notable feature is that it doubles up as a poker table. If you are looking for something more dedicated to gambling, you might want to check out my article here.

At 2”10’ high, you won’t need to invest in a separate table to mount it. It is sized for grownups. It also includes everything you need, including cues, balls, paddles, rackets and bean bags.

Size:

48” x 24” x 31”

Number of games:

12

  • Pool
  • Football (actual football)
  • Rugby
  • Basketball
  • Chess
  • Table football
  • Backgammon
  • Baseball
  • Poker
  • Noughts and crosses
  • Air hockey
  • Beanbag (no us neither)

Pros
  • The best multi-game table if you want a lot of choices
  • The beanbag game is surprisingly fun
  • Decent size
Cons
  • I’m still not counting chess as one of the options… A normal board will work on any table
  • The thought of the lads booting a football at a piece of furniture makes me recoil in horror.

 

7. ALPIKA 2 in 1 Steady Multi Games Table

Don’t like the idea of the lads booting footballs at the table while you are playing chess? Let’s tone it down a bit, shall we?

Two in one multi-gaming tables still offer plenty of excitement. You’ll tend to find they feel a little more solid, too, as they are much more dedicated to their purpose.

The only football you’ll find here is table football, and this is topped with a durable and pretty substantial pool table (complete with balls and pool cues)

One thing that I loved about this table was that it is easy to set up. It comes mostly preassembled, so no need to be fiddling for hours with a screwdriver and cheap spanner.

At 4” long, it is towards the bigger end of our selection of the best multi-game tables.

Size:

48” x 32” x 24”

Number of games:

2

  • Pool
  • Table football

Pros
  • Simple and actually really sturdy, one of the best multi-game tables on our list
  • The legs do fold up, making it slightly easier to store
  • Minimal construction
Cons
  • I’m actually a big fan. The games it does include are both pretty well made and playable. Not far from the real thing.

 

Conclusion

The bet multi-game table will be durable and big enough to let you play. Granted, it won’t entirely replicate the experience of a competition snooker table. Still, it’s close enough for a laugh when you’ve had a few drinks. You could organise a competition or play for bragging rights. Whatever you choose, consider the games you want to play as a priority and the size and go from there.

 

 

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