This individual game is played at home yard on a ground surface or wooden flooring. The number of players is two to four people. If there are too many players then the game will not be that interesting. This game requires technique and way of holding a sharp tool that is compass needle.
Players sit cross-legged or with both legs folded to the side. Each player has to toss the sharp tool into the air so that it falls down pointed straight on the surface. The technique and way of holding the sharp tool differ according to the game sequence as fixed. A player must continue the game at the level where his game piece stops at the previous level. The last player that finishes the game is penalised by having to scratch the back of the first winner 100 times.