Ball games all involve at least one ball in the game. Despite of that, the games widely vary, including coordination games (like juggling), two-goal games (soccer, baskeball), different variants of dodgeball, four square, keep away, etc.
In the following, some examples of ball games are presented. For a complete list of all ball games in the GamesWiki, see Category:Ball game.
The players are standing in a cirle, with a certain "VIP" and his bodyguard standing in the circle's center. Everybody tries to hit the VIP with a ball, while the bodyguard has to intercept those shots.
Two groups compete each other. One group has to run past the other group, dodging their shots.
A variant of dodgeball where everybody competes against everybody. A player who is hit by a ball has to leave the field, but may continue once the player who hit him is hit.
Two groups challenge each other. They have to pass a ball between members of their groups (by throwing), without the other group intercepting or the ball falling on the ground. Points are gathered by 10 consecutive passes.
This is a simplified version of the original baseball.
A small ball on a tabletop has to be shot in the opponent's goal only with the hands held on the table's edge.