These games are handmade based on historical research to be the best practical representation of games commonly played by Native Americans in history. The Lacrosse sticks are steamed and bent reed that is tied and braided in traditional style with artificial sinew and polished with a clear protected coat. The style of lacrosse stick best imitates the tribes of the Cherokee and Sac and Fox. The ball is made of deerskin, hand sewn, and soft yet durable. The Spear Hunting Game is constructed of bent reed, artificial sinew braided and tied, decorated with ribbon. The sticks are whittled, found in nature, wrapped with artificial sinew, polished, and decorated with ribbon. The Double Ball game is made with a double ball of deerskin stuffed and weighted, decorated with beads, and hand-sewn with artificial sinew. The double ball sticks are found in nature, sought for the bend they have to assist in the throwing and catching of the ball. They are whittled, polished, and decorated with a deerskin handle, beading, and ribbon. The Feather Darts Game is constructed of a steamed and bent reed hoop, polished and decorated with ribbon. There are four feather darts included, handmade with feathers and corn cobs. Each game comes with a rustic hardwood slab sign, some with bark on them, that articulates the name of the game and some instructions on how they are played.