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  1. 1. Larong Pinoy • Luksong Tinik • Tumbang preso • Sipa • palosebo • Sekqu Base • Jack En’ Poy • Patintero • Langit LUpa • Tamaan tao • Chinese Garter Credits
  2. 2. Luksong Tinik
  3. 3. Luksong Tinik Luksong-tinik (lit. jump over the thorns of a plant) two players serve as the base of the tinik (thorn) by putting their right or left feet together (soles touching gradually building the tinik). A starting point is set by all the players, giving enough runway for the players to achieve a higher jump, so as not to hit the tinik. Players of the other team start jumping over the tinik, followed by the other team members.
  4. 4. Luksong Tinik Back To main Page
  5. 5. Tumbang Preso
  6. 6. Tumbang Preso Tumbang preso or presohan (tumba-patis in most Visayan regions) is a popular Filipino street game and is commonly seen in most Filipino movies and TV series. Like other Filipino traditional games, members take the following rules: one as the “taya”, someone who takes the rule of a-player-at-stake and holds the responsibility of the Lata (tin can), and; the others as the players striking. The game is performed by having the players a “pamato” (which is ones own slipper) used for striking the tin that is held beside the taya.
  7. 7. Tumbang Preso Can Slipper
  8. 8. Tumbang Preso Back To main Page
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  11. 11. Tumbang Preso Haha! Noobs Back To main Page
  12. 12. Tumbang Preso Back To main Page Rasengan!
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  16. 16. Tumbang Preso Out! Back To main Page
  17. 17. Sipa
  18. 18. Sipa The object being used to play the game is also called sipa. It is made of a washer with colorful threads, usually plastic straw, attached to it. The sipa is then thrown upwards for the player toss using his/her foot. The player must not allow the sipa to touch the ground by hitting it several times with his/her foot, and sometimes the part just above the knee. The player must count the number of times he/she was able to kick the sipa. The one with most number of kicks wins the game.The game mechanics of Sipa is similar to the Western game called Hacky Sack. Sipa is also played professionally by Filipino athletes with a woven ball, called Sepak Takraw, with game rules borrowed from our Southeast Asian neighbor, Indonesia.
  19. 19. Sipa
  20. 20. Sipa Back To main Page
  21. 21. Palo-sebo
  22. 22. Palo-Sebo This game involves a greased bamboo pole that players attempt to climb. This games is usually played during town fiestas, particularly in the provinces. The objective of the participants is to be the first person to reach the flag located on top of the pole.
  23. 23. Palo-Sebo
  24. 24. Palo-Sebo Flag Greased Pole
  25. 25. Palo-Sebo Back To main Page Go!! Go!! Spartan!
  26. 26. Sekqu Base
  27. 27. Sekqu Base It is another version of Agawan Base but no score limits. If a team scores five, the game is still going on. The players can hide in other things near the enemy base and ambush them.
  28. 28. Sekqu Base Back To main Page GO HOME LOOSERS! Hahaha :’( B A S E A B A S E B
  29. 29. Jack En’ Poy
  30. 30. Jack En’ Poy This is the local version of Rock-paper-scissors. Though the spelling seems American in influence, the game is really Japanese in origin (janken) with the lyrics in the Japanese version sounding very similar to the "gibberish" sung in the Philippines. The lyrics: Jack 'n' Poy, hale-hale-hoy! Sinong matalo s'yang unggoy! .
  31. 31. Jack En’ Poy Back To main Page
  32. 32. Patintero
  33. 33. Patintero A Filipino variation of "tag". No.of player/s:There are five members 5 in each group. Each member of the group who is it stands on the water lines. The perpendicular line in the middle allows the it designated on that line to intersect the lines occupied by the it that the parallel line intersects, thus increasing the chances of the runners to be trapped.even only one(1) member of a group is tagged the whole group will be the “taya".
  34. 34. Patintero Back To main Page
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  36. 36. Patintero Back To main Page (@_@)
  37. 37. Langit Lupa
  38. 38. Langit Lupa Langit-lupa (lit. heaven and earth) one it chases after players who are allowed to run on level ground (lupa) and clamber over objects (langit). The “Taya" may tag players who remain on the ground, but not those who are standing in the "langit" (heaven). The tagged player then becomes “Taya" and the game continues.
  39. 39. Langit Lupa In choosing who the first "It" is usually a chant is sung, while pointing at the players one by one: Langit, lupa impyerno, im - im - impyerno Sak-sak puso tulo ang dugo Patay, buhay, Umalis ka na sa pwesto mo! When the song stops and a player is pointed at they are "out" and the last person left is the "It"
  40. 40. Langit Lupa Back To main Page
  41. 41. Langit Lupa (@.@) ?? Back To main Page
  42. 42. Langit Lupa Out! Back To main Page
  43. 43. Tamaan Tao
  44. 44. Tamaan Tao Dodgeball is a game in which players on two teams try to throw balls at each other while avoiding being hit themselves. There are many variations of the game, but generally the main objective of each team is to eliminate all members of the opposing team by hitting them with thrown balls, catching a ball thrown by a member of the opposing team, or forcing them to move outside the court boundaries when a ball is thrown at them
  45. 45. Tamaan Tao
  46. 46. Tamaan Tao Dodge Ball
  47. 47. Tamaan Tao Back To main Page
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  49. 49. Tamaan Tao :’( Back To main Page
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  51. 51. Tamaan Tao Hahaha Back To main Page
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  53. 53. Tamaan Tao Back To main Page Noob! More Practice Weakling!
  54. 54. Chinese Garter
  55. 55. Chinese Garter Two people hold both ends of a stretched garter horizontally while the others attempt to cross over it. The goal is to cross without having tripped on the garter. With each round, the garter's height is made higher than the previous round (the game starts with the garter at ankle-level, followed by knee-level, until the garter is positioned above the head).
  56. 56. Chinese Garter Garter
  57. 57. Chinese Garter Back To main Page
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  59. 59. Larong Pinoy Back To main Page
  60. 60. Larong Pinoy Jhenry Marbella aa Solomon Paula Legaspi Eugenio Estadola Paolo Patton Alona aaaaaaa Aaaaa Delgado Ghelmar Eduarte Aaaaaaa Pasta aaaaa Delfin
  61. 61. Larong Pinoy Jhenry Marbella aa Solomon Paula Legaspi Eugenio Estadola Paolo Patton Alona aaaaaaa Aaaaa Delgado Ghelmar Eduarte Aaaaaaa Pasta aaaaa Delfin
  62. 62. Larong Pinoy Jhenry Marbella aa Solomon Paula Legaspi Eugenio Estadola Paolo Patton Alona aaaaaaa Aaaaa Delgado Ghelmar Eduarte Aaaaaaa Pasta aaaaa Delfin

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