For the Easter game - egg rolling - special wooden trays - lotoks - with low borders were prepared. The tray was established on a slant on the ground or any other flat surface. Players one by one hurled painted eggs on the tray, and the one whose egg rolled further won. If somebody's egg touched those being already in the tray, this player got those eggs too.
The Mound game - Kuchki - was considered to be a game for girls. There were several little sand mounds poured up - not less than two for each of the playing girls. Then in each couple an egg was hidden in one of the mounds. Girls had to guess, in which one there was an egg hidden. Sometimes sand mounds were substituted by the caps - shapkas.