Rewind·Posted on May 31, 201515 Neighborhood Games All Midwest Kids Know How To Play"Ready or not, here I come!"by Logan RhoadesBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Kick The Can Leremy / Getty Images With the ability to play during the day or night, in a backyard or the street, "Kick The Can" was a summertime staple. 2. Ghost In The Graveyard Colematt / Getty Images "That big tree over there is home base."- Which one?"The big one."- Got it. 3. Capture The Flag Martin Pollak / Getty Images There are two types of people: Those who guard the flag and those who go capture it. 4. Flashlight Tag Kevin Russ / Getty Images If you don't say their name when you shine the light on them, it doesn't count. 5. Running Bases Jupiterimages / Getty Images Honestly, the best part was tagging people out. Bonus points for adding a slip 'n slide to the mix. 6. Sardines Aldegonde / Getty Images A great way to get a dozen kids to hide in the neighbor's bushes. 7. Manhunt Anastasiya Kudryashova / Getty Images There's truly nothing like the high of being the last kid standing. 8. Red Rover Zurijeta / Getty Images Not being able to break the chain is one of the most humbling defeats in life. 9. 500/Jackpot Serrnovik / Getty Images "MYSTERY BOX! Dead or alive!" 10. Freeze Tag Majivecka / Getty Images The only true way to unfreeze people is to crawl under their legs. 11. Marco Polo Kevinpanizza / Getty Images God bless the friend with a pool. You the real MVP. 12. Spud/Ball Tag Tigrilla / Getty Images Freeze tag + dodgeball + no boundaries = spud. 13. King of the Mountain/Hill/Castle Moodboard / Getty Images The best mountains are the ones the snow plows make at the end of a street. 14. Red Light, Green Light Purestock / Getty Images "Red light! YOU MOVED!" 15. Hide-And-Seek Flairimages / Getty Images The O.G. of neighborhood games. Also, shout-out to anyone who utilized a big basement.