Ninja Slap is a game like Tag involving a group of people.
The object of the game is to avoid having your hand touched or slapped, thus getting eliminated, and be the last Ninja standing.
To begin the game, everyone gets in a tight circle, shoulder-to-shoulder, with their hands in the middle. On the count of three, they jump back into a "Ninja" pose.
One-by-one and continuing counter-clockwise, each person takes a turn being the attacker and tries to touch another person's hand in a single "Ninja" move. The attackee, to avoid being touched, reacts with a single Ninja move. Only the attacker and attackee may move; all others remain frozen. Whether missing, successfully hitting or avoiding, only a single Ninja move is permitted and both must stay frozen in that pose.
If a person's hand is touched, they must leave the circle. The player to the right automatically goes next and may choose to attack any other player. The person who is aimed for doesn't go next; the next person is always to the right of the person who just went. The game ends when only one person remains.
Whether missing, successfully hitting or avoiding, only one Ninja move is permitted and one must stay in that pose.
The person to the right of the person who started the previous round starts the next round.