Isn't it true that Grandparents' old toys charm the children (grand kids) any day? So my grandparents never really had any of their toys to give me, but they did have this one game. It's called the Pallanguli. Its a board game with seven trays on either sides. The picture should help you. And you use seeds to play the game. The rules of the game have been laid out here by Niharika.
This fondness to play with grandparents' toys has found flavour in Japan as well. As Satoshi explains in his article that the Licca-Chan, Plarail and Othello, have remained the all-time favorite toys in the country.
Nice to know :)