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This game-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by extending it. Filed Under: Family Games, Outdoor Fun Tagged With: Family Games, Outdoor Fun, Play “Doble ronda”, which is four of one type, automatically wins the game. A player is selected as “It” and a landmark such as a tree or lamppost is selected as the base. Players who are not “It” run and hide, while “It” counts for a certain number depending on the version of the game; usually 40, 44[2] or 100. “He” looks for other players while players try to reach the base without being seen. However, a team has 36 points, can still score 4 points for a caída y limpia and thus win the game. With a selection game, children select the person who is “that”. “It” is in the area of origin (in this case, the sandbox) and has either 24 or 44 with eyes closed.

During this counting time, the rest of the players position themselves in safe places and/or hide from “him”. After completing the countdown, he then sets off to catch the players. When “he” marks a player, that player becomes the new “he”. The goal is for all players to go home without being tagged. 44 Home is a chase game with a number of variations. Give it a try and let me know if your family appreciates it as much as mine and for simple, family games and indoor and outdoor activities, follow me on Pinterest and check out these ideas: it`s a game of hide and seek. Players do “Twenty-One” to find out who “it is”. “He” hides his face against the padded goal post and counts up to 44 while the others hide. If “he” finds someone, he must run, touch the base and say “forty-four at home” before the other player reaches him. If the other player touches the base first, he is safe.

It`s a cross between Hide & Seek and Tag. And seriously, it`s the best game ever! Each of the players ran to touch the tree, and those who avoided it were safe and stayed close to the tree. All those that were labeled became “it” in the next game, so there could be more than one “it” at a time. The boys were chased over a wide area – up to the oval, around the playground equipment and around the general area. When a player arrives at the base without being seen, he shouts “forty forty I am free”, “forty forty at home”, “forty forty save me” or “forty forty in it” and is then safe and waiting for the rest of the game. To catch someone, “He” must see the person, run back, touch the base and say “forty I see [name]”. If the “seen” player is behind or in an object, this must be specified. for example” “forty I see [name] behind this tree” pointing fingers.

If the table is empty, as at the beginning of the game, then there is obviously nothing to enter, and the card played simply remains on the table. A team that has 38 points cannot collect for Limpia. As a result, a team can only win the game by counting the cards or with a caída. The game is known by many names,[5] including Mob,[5] 44 home,[6] Ackey 123,[5] Block 123,[5] Relievo 123,[5] Hicky 123,[5] Rally 123,[5] Pom Pom[5] and I-Erkey[5] […] The kitchen and enclosed gardens to a wild nature is perfect for a run and a great game of hiding […] Forty Forty (also known as 123 Home, Forty Forty In, Mob Mob and other names) is a children`s game that combines elements from the “It” and Hide and seek games. A player is “on” or “it”, and he must capture other players by “spying” on them and not by tagging them. [1] […] Tinkernelly – one of the best children`s games of all time. We make the whole family play this on vacation. It`s basically a combination of tag and cache, you might know it as Forty, Forty or Relieve You. I have explained it in detail here. […] Each player receives five cards in a single group of five, starting with the player to the left of the dealer, clockwise around the table and ending with the dealer.

If there are irregularities in the transaction, the dealer`s team loses the whole game. The remaining cards from the transaction are kept in a face-down stack to be dealt later. The 9 and 10 retired are not used in the game, but they are used to keep the score. At the beginning of the match, they will be placed in a face-up pile between the two players who will score points for their teams. Learn to play Cuarenta and impress your Ecuadorian friends. This card game is a favorite among young and old and is the official card game of Ecuador. My husband`s family can sit and play in the afternoon. And it`s fun! Players caught by the “It” return to the base. The last person caught at the end of the game is “It” for the next game. Some variants make the first person who caught “It” for the next game.

[3] One player closes his eyes and slowly counts down to 44 at home while the others hide. When he`s done counting, he calls home 44! And goes in search of others. They have to go home without being warned (touched) by the person who is about to be, otherwise they will be “that” for the next game. You need two or four players to play. The goal of the game is to get 40 points. hence the name “Cuarenta”, which means 40 years in Spanish. If no one can get a caida with one of your three, you will get two extra points. And perfect when the whole family is stuck inside, whether it`s snow, rain or a quarantine lockdown. […] Trees.

Build caves. Crushing sheets. Collect Conker. Play hide and seek. Fight against the Sherrif of Nottingham. Or even on a hot day when we don`t […] It is said that in Ecuador, very good players can say exactly what you have in your hand by hesitating before a game. All the children on our street about four years old played there for hours. This is the same as 44C and 40 – 40. The names seem to be based on the words spoken in 40 40 when they discover one of the hiding places trying to steal the house from the base, namely: Cuarenta is played in Ecuador, mainly by people from the mountains, including the cities of Cuenca and Quito (the capital). Cuarenta means “40” in Spanish; This is the number of cards in the deck as well as the points needed to win. The room must be full of bravery, noisy, exciting, even stupid.

Cuarenta is played with 40 cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. The eight, nine and ten are removed so that the ace-2-3-4-5-6-7 numbers (ace is low) and the images remain. When a player clears the table of all cards, that player`s team gets 2 points for a limpia (clean). It often happens that a player puts a card on an empty table, and the next player makes a caída on this card and removes it from the table, which also has the effect of cleaning the table (there was only one card). In this case, the conquering team receives 4 points: 2 for Caída and 2 for Limpia. This is quite difficult for a road lined with a London street. But I`m trying. And fortunately, we have a nice park at the end of the road and it`s full of tall trees to hide behind. You may have called it Relieve You or Kick the Can. Just in case you forgot how to play Forty Forty, here`s how. You just have to pass it on to your children! When the table is empty, the player who takes his turn is in trouble. A caída y limpia is likely (and 4 points is a lot; and that leaves the partner in the same position).

This is one of the reasons why the trader has a bit of an advantage. So, in general, you try to play a couple`s card on your hand to minimize the likelihood of a caída. Of course, this doesn`t always work. You should count the cards so that if you don`t have a pair, you know what has been played and what has not been played, and you can play something that has already been played. If even that fails, you`re trying to play something that can`t be used against you. Playing an ace is bad because it adapts to almost everything. Photo cards are a good option if you don`t know what to do. If the table contains cards, but the player cannot play a game, you can still follow the recommendations above, but do not play anything that can be easily added.