Hacky Sack (also known as Hackey Sack) is the trademarked name of a type of footbag. The traditional game is played when two or more players stand in a circle and try to keep the sack (or footbag), off the ground. The game starts when one player picks up the sack and tosses it to the chest of another player, who allows it to fall to his feet so he can kick it, and play begins. Play continues until the sack falls to the ground, then a player picks up the sack and the game resumes. The object of the game is to keep the sack off the ground for as long as possible. If every player gets a touch to the sack before it hits the ground, it is called a 'hack'. If every player gets two touches before the sack hits the ground, it is called a 'double-hack' and so on and so forth. The name Hacky Sack ha

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  • Zośka – gra zręcznościowa polegająca na podbijaniu nogami lotki wykonanej z pęczka kolorowej włóczki obciążonego ołowianym krążkiem. (pl)
  • Hacky Sack (also known as Hackey Sack) is the trademarked name of a type of footbag. The traditional game is played when two or more players stand in a circle and try to keep the sack (or footbag), off the ground. The game starts when one player picks up the sack and tosses it to the chest of another player, who allows it to fall to his feet so he can kick it, and play begins. Play continues until the sack falls to the ground, then a player picks up the sack and the game resumes. The object of the game is to keep the sack off the ground for as long as possible. If every player gets a touch to the sack before it hits the ground, it is called a 'hack'. If every player gets two touches before the sack hits the ground, it is called a 'double-hack' and so on and so forth. The name Hacky Sack has become a genericized trademark, and can refer to either the sack (or footbag) itself or a footbag game. Some common tricks include stalls, bag daggers, lifts, loops, ham spalts, and milk tosses. Categories of more advanced tricks include pixie moves, blurry moves, paradox moves, and gyro moves. It was seen being played as far back as 1955 in the movie To Catch a Thief. (en)
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  • Zośka – gra zręcznościowa polegająca na podbijaniu nogami lotki wykonanej z pęczka kolorowej włóczki obciążonego ołowianym krążkiem. (pl)
  • Hacky Sack (also known as Hackey Sack) is the trademarked name of a type of footbag. The traditional game is played when two or more players stand in a circle and try to keep the sack (or footbag), off the ground. The game starts when one player picks up the sack and tosses it to the chest of another player, who allows it to fall to his feet so he can kick it, and play begins. Play continues until the sack falls to the ground, then a player picks up the sack and the game resumes. The object of the game is to keep the sack off the ground for as long as possible. If every player gets a touch to the sack before it hits the ground, it is called a 'hack'. If every player gets two touches before the sack hits the ground, it is called a 'double-hack' and so on and so forth. The name Hacky Sack ha (en)
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  • Zośka (gra) (pl)
  • Hacky Sack (en)
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