Even though Tumbag Preso is a native Filipino game, there is no known date as to when it came to be. Neither is the creator of the game known. The children who found it fun would gather with whichever materials they had and start playing the sport. Its popularity has been passed from generation to generation, and until today it still commands significant attention from children and some adults across the globe, the name of this sport is derived from the Filipino words Tumba, which means 'to fall' and preso, which means 'prisoner', translating to 'fallen prisoner'.
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Tumbang preso ("knock down the prisoner"), also known as tumba lata ("knock down the can") or bato lata ("hit the can [with a stone]"), is a traditional Filipino children's game. It is usually played in backyards, parks, or in streets when there is little traffic in an area.