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Velte, 50, now creates fun full time.
Petaluma resident and game designer Susan McKinley Ross said that one great way to step back from glowing screens and reconnect with others is through activities as simple as a board game.
I live in Seoul.
According to a story in The Advertiser, entrepreneur Shane Yeend has sold two of the first board games he developed for $24 million.
But in all those situations when you don’t have the actual board — let’s say you’re going on a vacation, and you don’t want to carry the extra weight and fiddly bits and pieces — the iPad can be a very good replacement.
The board game, created by Greg Soave, is called TACTICO!
A teacher introduced Zach, then 13, to the word “obsolete,” meaning no longer in general use or fallen into disuse.
He just needs to find someone willing to back his play, so to speak.
Paying attention in history class actually pays off.