This game has Brazilian indigenous origins. Even before the arrival of the Portuguese in Brazil this game was used during celebrations and festivities and the Indios believed it was the game of the gods. The objective of the game is to hit the peteca with your hands over a net that divides the court. The peteca is made of rubber with feathers to help it fly.
Sports of "Riviera Beach Games"
Calcio balilla is a game that was invented by the Galician (Spanish) Alejandro Finisterre and which simulates a soccer game on a table in which the players move the small footballers (called men or little men) on rods inserted through the side panels of a special table trying to hit a ball and push it into the opposing goal.