Families in Denmark resort to playing board games in their self quarantine during the outbreak and spreading of the corona-virus. Sales of board games are increasing and one of the most popular games at the moment is – Pandemic. In an interview with journalist Rasmus Stochflet Nielsen, published in Kristeligt Dagblad, we were invited to shed some light on why board games are valued in troubled times. What do games offer families, children and adolescents?
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