"Dwa dupce" (Two little asses)

One of the participants holds a ball and says counting-out rhyme, after which the rest of the players lay down on the ground, propping on their elbows, with legs raised in the air (exposing their buttocks). A “beating” person walks among the players and tries to beat a lying person in the bottom. This person defends against by the kicks of the ball with his foot. If he/she is “beaten”, then he/she takes the position of the “beating”.

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.