You Are What You Play
Name of Game:
Country of Origin:
Where did you learn it?:
At home and in School
How many players?:
Where is it played?:
Anywhere you can gather around a table
2 or more people stand around a table.
Like two football teams each player has one end to defend, the other at which to score a goal.
Turns are taken
The defending player makes a goal with his/her fingers (see video)
The attacking player has three coins starting from the opposite end.
To progress towards the goal a coin must be flicked (finger-pushed) between two other coins; then one of the other coins can be pushed between the other two to move forward and finally a “shot on goal” can be made through the two other coins.
If at any time a coin does not go through the other two, or goes off the side of the table, or misses a goal, the other player takes over.
Goals are scored and the game can be played to “best of three”, “first to 10” or a similar agreed end
How to play:
A table and three coins
Aim of game:
To score most goals
How does it End?:
When one player reaches the agreed number of goals
Average time needed to play:
10 minute +
An audience member in a Games Barter
Who Introduced us to it?: