The face of table games for kids (or for anyone, really) has changed dramatically. No longer are we forced to play retro games like Sorry and Trouble and Old Maid with our little ones. I apologize if you like those games. Occasionally they can be fun. I just tend to become very bored, very quickly.
There was a hole in the market for delightful games that offer more of a challenge than counting out spaces on a board. The game industry has taken on the challenge of creating engaging games for the whole family. And we couldn’t be happier.
Because of their effort, table games have had a resurgence in popularity in recent years. Games benefit your whole self–mind, body, and spirit. Read More