Below is a list of all the games in the painting.
As you can see from the painting, there are a LOT of games being played. Scholars disagree about which games are depicted. The total number of games hovers around 90 depending on who you ask.
games have drawings.
I've used two main sources to identify the games. Edward Snow, in his wonderful book, Inside Bruegel (North Point Press, New York. 1997) brings close thoughtful observation and a refreshing dose of common sense to his detailed analysis of Children's Games.
For the most comprehensive lists of games identified by different Bruegel scholars, I've used Sandra Hindman's detailed essay, “Pieter Bruegel’s Children’s Games, Folly, and Chance”, (The Art Bulletin, Vol. 63, No. 3. (Sep., 1981), pp. 447-475.)