I voted for "Yes, but rarely," but I should clarify.
Our ferals I don't think of as ferals anymore, because they've been indoor pets for so long. Our indoor babies all play with toys and frequently, though they love interactive games the best.
They all respond to catnip, though it took Flowerbelle years.
Outside, the true ferals, I never saw playing with anything. Except Tuxedo. When we lived in the RV, the inside kitties would play with stuff and it'd fall down into the stairwell - and when we opened the door, sometimes a toy would fall out and we didn't notice.
We learned this because we saw Tuxedo (who still hissed and growled at us) bounding around the yard like a crazy man one day - and we figured out he was playing with one of the little furry mice that have rattling things inside! It was the cutest thing we'd ever seen - but it gave us those heart-breaking smiles, because it was so "what he could have if he wanted it" kind of moments.
Now that he's an inside love bug, those little furry mice that rattle are still his favorite toy.