Throwing the Square is a traditional Chinese game played with either two people playing against one another, or in two equal teams. The game can be played indoors or out and the items used can vary. For the most basic outdoor game all that is needed is two flat stones and some chalk. The Chinese jump rope resembles more of a giant stretched out rubber band. It is a thin piece of elastic rope that is loops around two pairs of legs. Unlike the Western jump rope, the object of this game is to hook your legs into the rope to form loops and patterns in a certain sequence. This is often accompanied by a rhyme or song.
They were invented in Germany in with the original name “Stern-Halma”, and is actually developed as a variation of the American game, Halma (more about Halma in Wikipedia – Opens in a new tab), which was invented a few years earlier in or Chinese checker is mainly characterized by its hexagram-shaped board, which can accommodate up to 6 players. The best Chinese trivia quizzes on the internet. Play one free right now!
We will highlight all Games from Mainland China, HK and Taiwan, so people who are looking for those, can easily find them by following us! (EN) stands for an english localization. (CN) for just chinese. Shuttlecock. This is an interesting game for all age groups. Many of the Chinese develop considerable skill in playing it. Number of players: One to twenty Equipment: A shuttlecock, which may be made of four chicken feathers and a piece of thick cardboard. Cut out a circular piece of cardboard about one and a quarter inches in diameter.