Kuba (Kubb)

The play inquires 9 thick and 4 thinner blocks. Four blocks are positioned in a row, the next four blocks are placed in a row spaced from the first one 10 or 15 steps. In the middle we put the last, ninth block so-called – the king. The first team, in turn, standing at its row of the blocks tries to “beat” the opponent's blocks but saving the king. The king is “beaten” after “beating” the whole row. The winner is the team which was the first to “beat” all the blocks.

There will be new, modernized versions of old games and backyard plays which sometimes will go beyond the literal interpretation. Traditional games will be an inspiration, "new games" more or less free interpretation.