The most popular board games are based on competition. Monopoly epitomizes the winner take all nature of the genre. But what happens when that model gets turned on its head in favor of a more collaborative approach which pits the players against the game itself? Cooperation, that’s what.
Whether winning means saving the world from infectious disease or corralling a bunch of puppies, it’s all or nothing in the land of cooperative board games. And, because you are never too young — or too old! — to start playing well with others, there are choices for all ages.
Commonopoly in action. Photo credit: Big Hope.
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Games that encourage co-operation