MemberJuly 14, 2021 at 1:45 pmFounding Member Premium Member
I hope that a board game won’t have a strong enough influence on a person to adversely affect their lives. I was just pondering ways to tap into people’s natural tendencies. You bring up a good point, however. Everything affects us in life to a certain degree and good life lessons are always welcome in a board game. On the flip side, a board game might give us the opportunity to act out our more primitive compulsions in a safe environment, rather than in real life where the risks may be far greater.