Nice,very well done.Professional post as they would say.Played lots of these:
- is this like hopscotch?
- classic but I think really young kids still play this
What about skipping ropes:
I was like WTH....Fries bhi unkay, kisses bhi unki now ropes bhi?
I also played something called lompat getah zero point
You can call anybody you want, friends, siblings, or families to play with. This type of game require 3 or more players. If the number of players exceeding 5, they need to divided into two groups. The opposition need to hold the end of the line while the other team need to jump over the line. It will started by holding it on the floor level and it will arise according to their success of jumping over the rope.
The team who is jumping over the line are prohibited to touch the line with hands or feet, but when the level of the line is above their head, an exception will be made. The playing team can stretch down the line until the height he desire. He then still need to jump over the line without the feet touching the rope. If he failed to do so, he will be considered as lose. There's more. Every successful jump, must be accompanied by the word "Zero Point" or else they will be penalised and considered lose.
Another classic,i remember when we had nothing to do back in the days we would often play this with our bagis(cousins),good times.Another one I recall is called 5 stones or something...
If you think five stones is old school, check out how the game was played in the 1980s – literally with five stones. That was also how the game originated.
How to play: Toss all five stones on a surface. Then, throw one in the air, pick up another and catch both before they land on the ground. Do this for every other stone. Repeat the process, but with two stones this time round. Repeat again by throwing more stones and catching them. Detailed gameplay can be found
How to Play Five Stones: 6 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
Pick up sticks:
Yo-yo would often make my little brother cry,he broke many in anger.I was an expert in Yo-yo,could do tricks too.Yo-yo
Essentially a coiled length of string looped around an axle. Looks easy to master but it’ll take a while. Noobs always seemed like they were unrolling toilet paper instead of controlling the yo-yo with swag. You can even perform yo-yo tricks on it, just don’t end up like him…
How to play: Throw the yo-yo downwards, hit the end of the string, then wind it up towards your hand and grab the yo-yo. Repeat.
We use to buy these little beauties on Eid,when my mom would often give me money and i could spend it.You would remember 'Chare wali gun'.Ooo I also had this in my police set:
I loved sling shot, i still remember i wasn't able to pull when i was a kid,the rubber used to be so tough to pull.I liked sling shots:
This movie ,lolz.
I loved UNO,thanks for the share.
Ho many of you remember these two?
One of the best card games.