Why Board Games Are Good For You

No matter how much of a tech fetishist you are, chances are there’s a few board games kicking around your place if you’ve had Christmas in a household with kids in it. The BBC News Magazine offers an interesting perspective on why board games are valuable, ranging from the obvious (Monopoly builds patience) to the less-frequently discussed (building diplomacy skills). Time to break out the Cluedo, methinks.

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