Games bond people and create communities

By Mark Haiko

Multimedia Editor

Games are associated with many stereotypes, such as being useless time-wasters to promoting negative emotions and practices. But, as reported by people that actually play them, games are a positive force of good that unites people. Not only do games introduce people to new friends, they also reinforce the friendships of people by uniting them in many ways.

Games like card games, tabletop role-playing games and video games are games that have players working in different ways: together, against each other, and both at the same time. These sorts of games bond people and make them better friends in general. In the video below, it is explained how and why this happens, so have a watch:

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