Chinese handball is a form of American handball which is popular in the streets of New York City, Philadelphia, and New Jersey. Another game similar to this is called wallball.
The game is also known in its three or more players forms as Ace-King-Queen, Kings, Down the River, and Slugs. The objective of the game is to hit the ball; it can be a racquetball or a spaldeen, in a way that the opposing player can’t return the shot before it will bounce again after hitting the wall.
This game can also be played by two players, but it can also be played by more players in an elimination game or the Ace-King-Queen. Some of the special techniques used are the: wormburner, through the legs shot, cobble smash, behind the back shot, watermelon, and slice. Other variations of the Chinese handball game are between the legs, reject, interference, grass/wall/fence/curb, egg rolls, ace rule, one bounce one out, carries, babying, and hindu.
- American Handball — players use their hands to hit a small rubber ball against a wall.
- Wallball — a wall-based sport similar to squash in which a hi-bounce rubber ball is hit with the hand onto a wall after a single bounce.
- Fives — an English sport in which a ball is propelled against the walls in a specially designed court by using a bare or gloved hand.
- Australian Handball — players use their hands to hit a ball against one or two walls. It's similar to Squash, though played without a racquet.