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This paper analyses the role of traditional games within Mapuche culture. Games are rule-based and their acquisition has been the object of a number of different studies in developmental psychology. A game's rules and actions are charged with a cultural meaning often taken for granted and a complexity often overlooked. This article analyses how children ages eight to fourteen evolve in their grasp of a game's meaning and its rules, using a group of children playing Palín, a Mapuche game, as itsfatcat:btsunagcpradvkgyol57qcwn7q