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Here is a list of games without which our childhood would have remained incomplete. A small yet humble way of thank you to all the following games for exisiting in this complicated cosmos and making our childhood simpler and enjoyable.
PS-Mind the nostalgia that I bet you will go through while checking out the following list of games. Happy reading :)
Always a matter of step ABOVE.
"Jail ka paani peena padega"... No chance of escape.
Catch me if you can.
"What colour do you want??"
Every Indian family's game post lunch/post dinner/rainy days/hot summer days/winter afternoons. :)
All time favourite. :)
One stroke from your finger and your fate is sealed in those pockets.
Everyone's favourite for sure.
Sweet and utterly innocent memories. :) The joy of falling down together at the end is something we all cherish even now. :) :)
Who can jump over the maximum heights which usually measured the combined heights of our tiny little hands. :-p
"Chor ke daari me tinka!!!"
We are the clapper Quick quick be quick name some such as animals name.... and that's how we used to roll it down to different names of animals, then flowers, then something something jumping from one topic to another. No wonder this was kind of productive game that we used to play as a child.
Showed how well we can cook up stories and will manage family with skill... :-p :)
Made us to learn how to aim and focus.
Bring out the best acting abilities of you and act out as if it is the matter of death & life!!!
No journey was complete without this one game. This game was favourite with people of all age alike.
I guess we took the literal meaning of Pen Is Mightier than Sword a little too seriously. :-p
Was the best way to kill time in a boring classroom. The back side of our all the notebooks would definitely have imprints of this. At least mine has :-p
Watch out for the evil snake!!!
Yet another game to escape from the boring class.