Zendmene is one of the ancient games played by Mongolians. It is known as ‘Khorol’ in Western Mongolia. Zendmene is crafted with square wood blocks, sized and shaped similar to ancient dominos. There are a total of 60 figures drawn on the blocks, representing 4 from each of the 15 figures, each with different powers. These figures include zendmene (a wish-fulfilling symbol, the strongest figure), ölzii (a symbol of luck), lion, dragon, snake, horse, and sheep. These figures are held in the hands and called hand items. Other figures are placed on the ground face down and called ground items. These include the monkey, rooster, dog, boar, mouse, ox, tiger and rabbit.