"As cultures progressed and conflict between tribes became more common, the games would have become focused on more specific survival and combat skills. One such game, 'Wana,' was played by the young girls. A short stick representing a baby would be placed on the ground, and one girl would protect it while the rest of the girls pretended to try and murder it with their wanas (digging sticks). Another game played by young boys, 'Kalq,' involved using throwing sticks to throw and deflect a spear toward the player's opponents."
Corvus Elrod looks at the games played by tribal societies.