Games: Part One

I’ve noticed that as kids get older the games get more specific, more ridged, and with lots more complex rules that often contradict other complex rules, so much so that the game becomes unplayable.

A simple game like eye-spy, that they enjoyed six months ago, now involves things that start with a certain letter but that also fits into a colour catagory, and in some cases needs to be further categorized into: animal, mineral, or vegetable. 

These sorts of mass rule games are a frustration to parents and siblings alike.


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