Round The World

In this game, all must be seated in a circle, excepting one player in the centre who is blindfolded. Then each person is given the name of a city or country which he is told to remember. The player in the centre now begins by calling out “London to Edinburgh”. This means that the two people who represent London and Edinburgh must jump up and change seats. The player in the centre endeavours to catch them as they pass. if he is successful the one captured is then blindfolded and proceeds to call out some other change – such as “Liverpool to New York”.
The game is often played with the person in the centre of the circle not blindfolded, and when she calls out “London to Edinburgh” they endeavour to sit down in one of the vacant seat while they are changing the payer ten left without a seat takes her place, as in the case of the blindfolded player.

 


Leave a comment

Comments have to be approved before showing up