Ampe - Ghana
Ampe is a traditional children's game where players jump up at the same time, clap, and thrust one foot forward as they land. The patterns of legs determine the winner. It's a fun game that keeps kids active, and requires being able to anticipate your opponent, making snap decisions and having quick reflexes.
Kati - Kenya
Players divide into two and throw a ball (often made from socks) trying to hit the player on the other team, then the last player was called saviour, if they caught the ball, it meant that the players who had been hit would go back into the game. However, not that easily by catching the ball, you accumulated point, and if you got to the agreed points then your team would join you if not, then you would take your turn to hit the opponent team.
Nhodo - Zimbabwe
This game normally consists of about 10 pebbles in a circle or shallow hole, it has 10 stages and can be played by two or more players. Players sit around the circle with their own pebble which is called the mbuga. You need to empty out all the pebbles in the circle through a process of elimination over the 10 stages.
Nzango - DRC
Nzango is played by two opposing teams lined up and facing each other with individual members from each team taking turns in outplaying the other. It is played on a pitch by teams of eleven players and six reserves who chant songs while clapping their hands. The game begins with both teams choosing either the right foot or left foot referred to as the “attack foot”. The aim of a player is to simultaneously move forward on their attack foot preceded by their opponent does. Points are awarded to players who position their feet in relation to their opponents.