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twoeleven Foosball Table

twoeleven Foosball Table

twoeleven Foosball Table (Images courtesy id-entity)
By Andrew Liszewski

While their website isn’t going to win any awards when it comes to design or usability, the twoeleven Foosball Table created by ‘id-entity’ does manage to score a few points in the design department. The curvy plastic finish would look great in any gaming room, and other features like an LED scoreboard behind each goalkeeper, a ball lift that looks like it’s made from carbon fiber and retractable cup holders add to the cool factor. But unfortunately the addition of LCD displays on each end just seems stupid. As far as I can tell they’re not tied into the game whatsoever, and they’re positioned in a way so that those actually playing foosball can’t see them. Not to mention the fact that they’re positioned under the cup holders, ensuring they’ll be coated in a sticky film after just a few days. Price and availability are unknown.

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  • mcman

    Well, you were right. That website is terrible and in some strange indecipherable language as well. How do they expect to sell anything if you can't read the text?

    Seriously though, it would seem at least the design is not of the idiotic hurricane style which is the type used in tournaments. Bringing back the traditional high bank, one goalie/two
    defensemen style certainly peaks my interest.

  • mcman

    Well, you were right. That website is terrible and in some strange indecipherable language as well. How do they expect to sell anything if you can't read the text?

    Seriously though, it would seem at least the design is not of the idiotic hurricane style which is the type used in tournaments. Bringing back the traditional high bank, one goalie/two
    defensemen style certainly peaks my interest.

  • mcman

    Well, you were right. That website is terrible and in some strange indecipherable language as well. How do they expect to sell anything if you can't read the text?

    Seriously though, it would seem at least the design is not of the idiotic hurricane style which is the type used in tournaments. Bringing back the traditional high bank, one goalie/two
    defensemen style certainly peaks my interest.