Traditional game
In computer and video games, a traditional game is a computer program adaptation of a non-computer game (such as a board game or card game). Board games and card games have been around for thousands o...
Mū Tōrere
Mū tōrere is a board game played mainly by the Māori people from the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. It is one of two board games that the Māori people are known to have played before their ...
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Traditional Easter games and customs
There are a large number of traditional Easter games and customs in the Christian world. Many of these games incorporate Easter eggs. Although adopted into the Christian tradition of Easter, these gam...
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Egg dance
An egg dance is a traditional Easter game in which eggs are laid on the ground or floor and the goal is to dance among them damaging as few as possible. The egg was a symbol of the rebirth of the eart...
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Traditional games in the Philippines
Traditional Filipino Games or traditional games in the Philippines are games commonly played by children, usually using native materials or instruments. In the Philippines, due to limited resources ...
Awithlaknannai Mosona
Awithlaknannai Mosona is a two-player strategy board game from the Zuni Native American Indian tribe of New Mexico, USA. It is unknown how old the game is. The game was described by Stewart Culin in...
Cat and mouse (playground game)
Cat and Mouse is a gymnasium or playground game. A circle is formed, and the player selected to be the mouse stands in the circle. Another player, the cat, is outside the circle and must get in.
Kotu Ellima
Kotu Ellima is a two-player abstract strategy board game from Sri Lanka and India. The game is similar to draughts and Alquerque as players hop over one another's pieces to capture them. However, un...
Egg hunt
Egg hunt is a game during which decorated eggs, real hard-boiled ones or artificial, filled with or made of chocolate candies, of various sizes, are hidden in various places for children to find. The ...
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Tenshi no Solitaire
Tenshi no Solitaire is a Japan-only WiiWare game developed by G-Mode. It costs 500 Wii points.
The game features three basic versions of solitaire to play. Rather than using the pointer function ...
Button, button, who's got the button?
Button, button, who's got the button is a traditional children's game that is normally played indoors on rainy days and can be played by a large number of children.
The children form a circle with...
Ritinis
Ritinis (also ritinys, rypka, rifle, katilka) is a team sport originating in Lithuania. It is included in the World Lithuanian Games. Ritinis was also represented in the TAFISA World Games.
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He loves me... he loves me not
He loves me, he loves me not or She loves me, she loves me not (originally effeuiller la marguerite in French) is a game of French origin, in which one person seeks to determine whether the object of ...
Ashtapada
The Ashtāpada(Sanskrit: अष्टापद)is an Indian board game which predates chess and was mentioned on the list of games that Gautama Buddha would not play. Chaturanga appeared sometime around the 6th ...
Tiyakad
The Tiyakad is a Philippine cultural game and recreation uses bamboo hewn or tree branches that intersect floors prominent in the legs and rest intervals on the ground. The game played using up to 10 ...
Mheibes
A short video about MheibesMheibes (Arabic: محيبس‎) is a traditional game involving two teams. It is mostly played in the Arab Mashriq, and specifically in Iraq and its Roughly Equivalent ...
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Leapfrog
Leapfrog is a children's game in which players vault over each other's stooped backs. Games of this sort have been called by this name since at least the late sixteenth century. They also played thi...
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Reversi
Reversi is a strategy board game for two players, played on an 8×8 uncheckered board. There are sixty-four identical game pieces called disks (often spelled "discs"), which are light on one side and d...
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Egg tapping
Egg tapping, or also known as egg fight, egg knocking, egg pacqueing, egg picking, or egg jarping is a traditional Easter game. In English folk traditions, the game has variously been known as "shack...
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Traditional games of Korea
Traditional games of Korea (folk games; Korean: 전통놀이, Jeontongnori) have been influenced by the culture, history and environment of the Korean Peninsula. Koreans have enjoyed games throughout hist...
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Egg tossing
Egg tossing, egg toss, or egg throwing is a game associated with Easter. The egg was a symbol of the rebirth of the earth in Pagan celebrations of spring and was adopted by early Christians as a symbo...
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Sixteen Soldiers
Sixteen Soldiers is a two-player abstract strategy board game from Sri Lanka. It also comes from India under the name Cows and Leopards. The game is similar to draughts and Alquerque as players hop ...
Let's Play Swing
Let's Play Swing (Persian: تاب تاب عباسی‎) is a childish old Persian folk song. The song is written by Marzieh Lian. This song is usually sang when Iranian children are swinging.
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Street games
A street game is a sport or game that is played on city streets rather than a prepared field. Street games are usually simply play time activities for children in the most convenient venue. However so...
Jegichagi
Jegichagi is a Korean traditional outdoor game. It requires the use of people's foot and Jegi, an object used to play jegichagi. Jegi looks like a badminton shuttlecock, which is made of a small coin ...
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