Participants draw a circle on the ground and divide it into equal parts (as many as participants). Each participant writes a name of the state in his field. The player who starts the game - throws a stick, saying, "I call out war against" (and he/she gives the name of the state, eg. Russia). All players run in a different directions and the person, who was called before, runs in the direction marked by the thrown stick. When he/she reaches that point he/she calls: Stop! Then the person calls out the war against (and he/she gives the name of the state). Now the player`s task is to estimate the distance to the person who declared the war. The person can use measures of length such as elephant steps, normal steps or small steps. The player speaks aloud the number indicating the distance from the appointed person and goes towards him/her using this measure (eg. elephant steps). The player paces as many steps as marked out before, stops and throws a stick at another player. If he/she “beats” the person, then he/she gathers the soil belonging to this player. The winner is the player who will collect the biggest part of the soil.

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.