The name of the game is WobBally, and the object is to not be the one that sends the balls tumbling to the table.
Meant for ages 5 and up, WobBally is a new twist on classic tower games. Using 98 balls on multiple levels, players start by creating a free standing and none-too-stable tower that is ready for some serious gaming action. Once the tower is up and standing, families have a number of choices in how they want to play WobBally, all leading to moments of pure nervousness and an adrenaline-fueled tower crash.
The simplest way to play is to use the included poking stick to knock out a ball of the player's choice into the hollow middle of the tower. Play proceeds around in a circle until one player makes a mistake and the tower comes crashing down. The second way is to use one of the two dice included with the game; either the colored or numbered version.
If using the colored dice, a player must knock out a ball of the corresponding roll color on their turn. If using the numbered dice, a player must knock a ball out from the level in the tower that matches the number on the die. In the hardest version of the game both dice are used, meaning that a player must knock out both a specific color and from a specific ring, making it a far more challenging endeavor.
The game requires skill and a steady hand and so is not recommended for children under five. As well, families would do well to be prepared for a scattering of balls and may wish to do what they can to prevent lost game pieces by placing a cookie sheet or tray under the WobBally tower in order to keep all the balls in one place.
For less than $25 at Amazon, the WobBally is a great family game that requires minimal setup and is a whole lot of fun.
Source: Scholar's Choice