10 Jul Do Adults Play Games?
Just because we’re adults, that doesn’t mean we have to make life all about work. Game ZoneNG provides the enabling platform to learn how to improve upon your relationships,job, and mood through participation in games.
In the words of George Bernard Shaw, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”
Why must adults play games?
In our hectic, contemporary lives, many of us are saddled with the responsibilities of work and family that we never seem to have time for fun, relaxation, or renewal. We stopped playing consciously somewhere between childhood and adulthood. We actually did forget that all the basic rules of life were learnt in our kindergarten days.
Interestingly, when we make the decision to have some leisure time, we’re more likely to resort to watching TV or computer than to get involved in fun, rejuvenating play like we did as children. Emphatically speaking, play, and indeed physical games are not just essential for kids; they are important source of relaxation, stimulation, and renewal for adults as well.
Playing games with your romantic partner, peers, co-workers, and children is a sure (and fun) way to fuel your imagination, creativity, problem-solving abilities, and emotional well being.
Adult Game Time is a time to forget about work and commitments. It is a time to be social in an unstructured, creative way.
At Games Zone NG, our focus is to ensure that you have fun and enjoy yourself. By giving yourself permission to play our interactive board games, beautiful memories of who we used to be reemerges which resets our consciousness of what really does matter in the course of growing through life.
While play can be done independently, Game ZonesNG believes that there are greater benefits of play when it is done with two or more persons, away from the sensory-overload of electronic gadgets.
As adults, playing games increase our happy emotions, relieve negative stress and work burnouts, facilitates learning, and more importantly, connects us to others and the world around us. The resultant effect of these outcomes is greater levels of work and life satisfaction.