5 reasons why you should play games in confinement
01.04.2020 | By Madlaina Bundi
  The longer we sit at home because of Corona, the more we feel trapped in our own four walls. Games provide relief for five reasons. To make it as vivid as possible, we supplement each aspect with a sample from our publishing house. 1. Games set free emotions A game consists largely of emotions. Do you remember how happy you were about a successful move or a perfect double six? But frustration also does you good: because it forces you to leave your comfort zone and look out for a creative solution. And if you have managed to...
7 Ways to Get your Kids into Tabletop Games
28.08.2017 | By Hadi Barkat
1. First of all, you have to play with your partner and friends Let me tell you a childhood story. My dad used to play cards with his pals. They would gather for dinner and then start multiple games. Every now and then, when it wasn’t too late, I could stay...
A Game with 500 Years of History
13.06.2017 | By emma brennan
Board games have a special power in both responding to current events and physicalizing the culture that created the game. Games have also been used to teach children about social structure. In the 20th century, some games were used to teach children about Kings,...

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