A school-yard game that is popular in Australia. It is similar to tennis. The court is a square divided into 4 equal sections and is usually drawn in chalk. 4 players each stand in their own square. Each square is a different ranking. The highest ranking is "King". The "King" serves the tennis ball to any of the squares. To score points, players must always bounce the ball in their square first, and then have it bounce in another player's square and either bounce out or bounce twice before they can return it to another square. The objective is to make it to King and stay there as long as possible. Variations include 2-Square, which is exactly the same rules but with 2 players instead of 4.
"Damien sucks at four square. He was pawn all recess."
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