Pub games are most typically found in almost every pub throughout the UK. There are traditional games such as snooker, darts and pinball and then others that haven’t become quite as popular such as table football, air hockey and card games. The more traditional are darts and snooker, and there are usually competitions on in the local pub throughout the year. Along with the growing interest in pub games, people are beginning to get them for their homes too; it is not uncommon for someone to get a snooker or pool table for the home. The first and quite obvious thing that needs to be checked is the size of the room! It is important that the table will fit in the room with space between the table and the walls for the players to be able to hold the cue and play the game properly. Quite often, there may be one area where the cue will hit the wall but it will be fine everywhere else so it is possible to get a shorter cue for this one area. With relation to investing in a dart board, if it is going on the wall, the best advice is to either get a cabinet and put it in that, or to put a plank of wood up first that is bigger than the dart board itself and then hang the dartboard on that, just so that the wall is protected from getting damaged. Twenga can help you out on costs by doing a Twenga search and finding you the best online prices for all pub games, snooker tables and dart boards.