Feasters hide and seek can be played indoors or outdoors, but outdoor play gives you much more room and throws off the seeker. Check out the video for instructions on how to play Feasters Hide and Seek Game.
*When playing hide and seek outdoors, define the boundary areas so no one strays off of the map and just make sure you know where the poison ivy is and stay out of it!
The really adventurous even played Hide and Seek after dark with flashlights, but you really need to know where the boundaries are then and you also need a bright flashlight and batteries- more of a summer camping version of the game.
Hide and seek is a variation of tag with plenty of "derivative games" which are games that originate from the main game of tag.
Some other versions of hide and seek includes 40-40, marco polo or even swimming pool marco polo, blind man's bluff and sardines.