Author: Servo Skull

Discovering a Common Ground in Board Games

Discovering a Common Ground in Board Games

Bingo’s smooth transition to the cyber world

Tom Vasel, the president of The Dice Tower, once said “Many families are into technological games played on the Wii or Xbox, but those games really don’t bring the family closer together the same way board games are able to.” Vasel also stands by the fact that board games play a major role in developing a person’s mental abilities and his overall rationality. “Board games make you think, and thinking is something that increases your level of intelligence,” adding, “If you want to win a game, you have to think and plan ahead in order to be the winner in the end.” These statements strike the chords of every gaming enthusiast – including Warhammer 40,000, and even bingo players. But beyond the competitive nature of players, does these games’ crosshair aim its benefits at a more important matter?