The main message of all board games is that happiness is deceptive and can change for the better or for the worse at any time. The important message of board games is that every person in the world should never give up. Board games also strengthen memory and self-confidence, as well as family / neighborly relationships. Board games encourage togetherness, empathy, faith, optimism and a competitive spirit.
Monopolly is the best-selling strategy game of all time. Develops patience, and other important skills (planning, thinking, respecting order and other participants in the game). The rules of this game are simple: participants should beware of going to jail, participants build on their land, the goal is for the player / participant to beat competitors. Players strive to win the game with a pile of money and real estate. The game is seemingly simple but requires a lot of planning skills and luck from the players.
Iamb-is a popular game consisting of 5 dice to throw, a notebook and a writing pen. Players take turns rolling all the dice. The results of the roll are entered in the notebook / table after each roll of the dice. Kenta, full, poker or iamb are the terms players use after rolling the dice. The goal is to score as much as possible at the end of the game. The player with the highest total is the winner. The outcome of the game depends on the skill of the player and luck.
Puzzle is a social or individual game. The number of puzzle pieces and motifs can be different. This game offers problem solving, strengthens concentration and patience, perseverance, strengthens memory. There are puzzle museums around the world, a puzzle putting together competition and World Puzzle Day. The International Intellectual and Puzzle Museum is located in the capital city of Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar). Its cool little museum where even the tables that the puzzles are sitting on are puzzles, Visitors are guided by an English speaking guide who shows to visitors some pretty nice puzzles and let visitor try them all. Well worth and hour tour. International Puzzle Day is celebrated on January 29, 2021. It was created in 1995 by game companies in the United States. On International Puzzle Day, puzzles of all size, shape and form will be honored. You can celebrate that day by solving one or more puzzles. The world’s largest puzzle is made by the KODAK company and having 51300 puzzles, The title of the box is “27 Wonders from Around the World.”
World Puzzle Federation