Wrong... Sapo is a real game!
The game of Sapo is played throughout Peru and is spreading to other countries as well.
In an ancient legend "El Sapo" (the frog) lived in a sacred lake, the Titicaca, and had magical powers. The Incas believed that if they could toss a piece of gold into the frog's mouth, the player would be awarded a wish and the frog would turn to gold. The legend later became a game of skill and dexterity and continues to be played in public places, restaurants, pubs, and at backyard parties.
The game of Sapo is played using bronze tokens and a large wood box with cutout holes, spinners, and a bronze frog with an open mouth. Each hole/spinner, including the frog has an assigned point value. As players toss coins the points are added to see who wins. When someone lands a coin in the mouth of the frog everyone shouts, "Sapo!"
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