Participants are divided into groups of three, except for one person who is the “leader”. In each group two participants make a house (they face each other and hold their partner’s left hand in their right hand and their partner’s right hand in their left hand, forming a closed space). The third participant is the person living in the house (they are in the closed space of “the house”). The leader issues one of three commands: “Houses move” (which means that the people stay in place and the houses look for new people), “People move” (which means that the houses stay in place and the people look for new houses) or “Earthquake” (all the formations fall apart and create new ones). At each command the leader participates in the game, trying to become a person or a house, so that someone else is left as leader and must issue the next command.