Wednesday, 11 November 2015



  • Escargot is one of the traditional European children’s games from which American hopscotch draws inspiration. Instead of a linear diagram, French children draw the board in the shape of a giant snail, or an "escargot" in French, with 15 to 20 numbered squares leading towards the blank center square. Throughout the game, players must hop on one foot to and from the center square without landing on any drawn lines or opponent’s squares, or they lose a turn and can not claim a box. If they complete the circular journey, however, they get to choose a square to initial as their own exclusive place of rest Instead of throwing pucks or markers. As the game progresses and players claim more territories, the journey to and from the center square becomes more challenging and ends when it is imp
  • ossible for players to hop to the center square, with the winner claiming the most spaces
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My feet felt like a volcano it was tricky and impossible to achieve with all that hot waves in the air I couldn't stand propley it was terrible I might play that at home 

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