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Blood Bound July 26, 2014 2:49 pm
Liberté March 8, 2014 4:10 pm
Suspend March 8, 2014 4:09 pm
Firefly: The Game – Breakin' Atmo March 8, 2014 4:09 pm
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Firefly: The Game March 8, 2014 4:09 pm
Age of Empires: The Age of Discovery
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Founding Fathers
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Average: 5 (1 vote)
Empires: The Age of Discovery - Builder Expansion
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Kemet
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Tzolk'in - the Mayan Calendar
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Average: 5 (2 votes)
Hanabi
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Average: 5 (2 votes)

A Game for Mary

The first thing that stands out about Mary1 is her restlessness. At 87 years of age, Mary is a familiar figure pacing the hallways at a local assisted living facility for seniors, her small frame practically bouncing with energy. Every time I walk through the door, Mary practically skips over to me in delight, loudly proclaiming, “How ya doin,’ honey?” before bombarding me with questions on when the next activity starts. Her face beams a warm smile as she searches tirelessly for a puzzle or movie, anything to keep herself preoccupied with a task more interesting than the last.

Game design program

One of Spielbound's important goals is to encourage creativity through designing board games. This often gets overlooked because so few people ever create a game. Doing so takes a lot of work in design, structure, art, and a lot of testing!

This program is intended to help future and current game designers, artists, and advertisers a chance to practice their skills in a supportive environment. This will include the following activities:

Our Stay Sharp Seniors (S3) initiative

Dementia, including that caused by Alzheimer's disease, has become one of the most important (affecting 45 million people) and costly (US$600 billion per year) health problems in our aging world. Yet, we are still far from finding a cure. Fortunately, several recent studies have found a connection between playing board games and preventing dementia. This quote from a very recent research article sums it up nicely:

What is Game Cataloging?

Having a library of over a thousand board games is impressive and takes up a LOT of space. Cataloging 1000 games is a whole other adventure. Since last June, folks who have asked to help volunteer for Spielbound have been gathering around twice a month to catalog games. This is not a simple task as several steps are needed to get an unopened game readied for members and patrons to play at our board game cafe.

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