Analog vs. Digital: Boardgame Edition
Rian Van Der Merwe

I feel the same way. Whilst digital apps have their place its a completely different experience.

There’s an aesthetic pleasure in the physical interaction of the game with people in the same room. Aggressively slamming cards as you damage opponents, taking a longer time to roll dice to somehow get that lucky number and even tedious things like counting points at the end of the game unsure who is going to win. There some sort of expressive, storytelling aspect to this feeling that creates a game outside of the game.

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