Details are a little sketchy, but it is thought that noise was an important feature of Klopâ€™s early days. Woodsmen from Carelia, near the Finnish-Russian border, would carve the blocks from the birch forests and fling them around erratically, breaking the enduring silence. Apart from being tremendous fun, legend has it that the sharp sound the wooden blocks made as they hit each other, klop, caused enough ruckus to keep the hungry bears at bay. So out of much fun and wood flinging the game we now know as Klop was invented. The secret of Klop is that anyone can play it. All you need is a knack for some block rocking feats â€“ an ability to fling the chuck and send the pegs flying. Let's Klop!