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The game of meen darabak

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Meen darabak (Who hit you?) is a fun game that is enjoyed by children of both sexes. It is also played by youth on family trips and friends’ gatherings.


The game is simple and does not require any materials. All that is needed is a group of 3 to 6 friends or more.1 


This fun game starts by one of the players sitting on their knees on the floor. One of the other players covers the first player’s eyes with his fingers to make sure that the first person’s eyes are closed. 


At the same time, one of the other players taps the person whose eyes are closed on the shoulder and then quickly returns to their place among the group. 


Then, the player whose eyes are closed has to find out who hit them. Feeling the other players’ heartbeats and tracing footprints can help the player figure out who hit them. If the player can identify which of the players hit them, that player then takes their place in the game, and so on. 


If the player can't figure out who hit them, that person plays another round.2 This is a fun and entertaining game enjoyed by boys and girls in their free time.
 

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