Board and Card Games

Skills you build with this activity:

1. Problem solving – tabletop games often require players to strategise and think critically to overcome obstacles and challenges within the game.

2. Creativity – many tabletop games encourage players to think outside the box and come up with unique solutions to problems within the game.

3. Teamwork – most tabletop games are played with multiple players, requiring collaboration and communication to achieve a common goal.

4. Staying positive – tabletop games can be frustrating at times, but learning to stay positive and maintain a good attitude can help players persevere through challenges and setbacks.

5. Leadership – some tabletop games require players to take on leadership roles within the group, making decisions and delegating tasks to achieve success.

Interest

Game design industry
Advertising and marketing industry
Education industry
Technology industry
Hospitality and entertainment industry

Possible pathways