I posted recently about a list of games published this decade excellent for children, including those in elementary school. Tabletop gaming is the perfect way to spend time with children and teach them many cognitive skills.
Given that my article was posted in September, it only makes sense that something new would come out in the months afterward. We still have some time before the holidays, so if you’re looking for gift ideas, I know I’ll discover more.
Quirky Circuits is a cooperative game of card-playing strategy, where you work together to help a robot perform its tasks. The cards act as a “program,” directing the automaton in movement and action.
Two problems: players aren’t allowed to communicate, and the robot must complete their tasks before its battery runs out.
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