Coordination games (or: dexterity games) challenge the participants to show their dexterity, to solve the tasks at hand.
Here some examples of coordination games are presented. For the full list of such games in the GamesWiki, please have a look at Category:Coordination game.
Can the group unwind a know, that is built by the hands of the members of the group?
Two players position them like doing push-ups, and then try to knock over the other player by pulling away one of his hands.
A group of people is standing in a cirlcle, passing several balls from person to person in a defined order. How many balls can the group handle?
The participants have to take an apple from a bowl of water - using nothing more than their mouth.