The more players, the better: The first player offers his right or left hand. A player comes along and takes this hand and offers his or her free hand. Another player comes along, takes this free hand and in turn offers his free hand to the other players. At some point, all players form a queue together. Then the starting player detaches from the head of the snake and takes the hand of the last player. Then the player who is now standing at the head of the snake leaves his position and scurries to the end of the snake. Loosening and joins must be a flowing process and must never break off. It is worth mentioning, of course, that the players don't just stand there and stretch out their hand, but make as chaotic a movement as possible and try to make it difficult for the others to reach their hand.
See also: Hand snake
by Guido Boyke