Thieves and Detectives

All the players are given the sheets of paper with the figure (1 or 2). The number of the sheets of paper with the figure 1 is equal to the number of sheets of paper with the figure 2. The players choose the leader - the main thief. He/she goes out of the room. The players who are in the room hide any object there. The leader's task is to find it. He/she tries to find the object with the help of the players-thieves (they have figure 1 on their sheets of paper). The players-thieves show place where the object is hidden by their eyes. The task of the detectives (they have figure 2 on their sheets of paper) is to watch the players and find the thieves among them. The game is over when the hidden object is found or when all the thieves are "caught" by the detectives.
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Blind Money-Changers

Take as many coins of different value as possible. Give them to 2 players so that each of them has one and the same sum. Both players are blindfolded. One player gives a coin to the other. He/she must change it. Then they exchange the roles. They exchange the roles again and again. All the time the players check up the work of each other. In a fixed number of leads the game is over. The players move away their fillets and count the money they have. If both players have the same sums they had before the game started, both of them are winners. Otherwise both players loose the game.

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Bank Account

Where Is the Clock?

All the players are blindfolded. The leader hides the alarm-clock somewhere in the room. The players (not more than 4) stand along the wall. They listen to the ticking of the clock and cautiously walk in the direction of the ticking. The leader noiselessly changes the location of the clock 2-3 times. The player who comes to the clock nearer than 1m gets a point. The player who has the greatest number of points wins.

"Yes" and "No" in Bulgarian
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