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The game Rock-Paper-Scissors, or rochambo, likely originated in Japan and China around 206-220 BC, but the exact origin is unclear.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock%E2%80%93paper%E2%80%93scissors

Kitsune-ken, unlike mushi-ken or rock–paper–scissors, is played ... the modern version of rock–paper–scissors derives from directly.

mentalfloss.com/article/80201/why-do-people-call-rock-paper-scissors-roshambo

4 days ago ... In some circles, the decisive game of Rock, Paper, Scissors goes by another ... Ben Zimmer to dive into the origins of the moniker "roshambo.".

www.ponderweasel.com/who-invented-rock-paper-scissors

Like many children's games, Rock-Paper-Scissors has evolved into a much more ... is hundreds of years old and while there are no absolutes about its origins, ...

www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/12/how-rock-paper-scissors-went-viral/418455

Dec 23, 2015 ... They dubbed it the World Rock Paper Scissors Society, not realizing their pet project would turn into what Doug calls “a unique viral experiment ...

www.thrillist.com/culture/the-history-of-rock-paper-scissors-rock-paper-scissor-strategy-how-to-win-at-rps

May 29, 2015 ... Ever since I can remember, I've always been a rock, paper, scissors sucker. ... As Roshambollah mystically alluded to, there's no simple origin ...

teachinghistory.org/history-content/ask-a-historian/23932

Is the Rochambeau game (rock-paper-scissors) named after the French ..... The Straight Dope ("What's the origin of 'Rock, Paper, Scissors'?" July 10, 2001).

www.word-detective.com/2012/06/roshambo

Jun 14, 2012 ... Then again, rock-paper-scissors is one of those games I'm not very good at. ... There are two leading theories about the origin of the word.

www.quora.com/What-is-the-origin-of-Rock-Paper-Scissors

The game's origin is said to be in China during the Han Dynasty (a little before 200 BCE). It spread to Japan where it was popular throughout Japanese history.

www.tofugu.com/japan/janken

Jul 6, 2012 ... But you might not know how big rock, paper, scissors is in Japan. Turns out that rock, paper, scissors – or as it's known in Japan, janken – was ...