Self-adaptation: Ten video games that aren’t all fun

Self-adaptation: Ten video games that aren't all fun

One good thing about video games is that they can be complete ends in themselves. Bliss, escapism, triviality – a waste of time in the best sense of the word. Players experience stories, practice game mechanics and have virtual experiences. Your own successes are counted only in the digital world – on mobile phones, on consoles, on computers.

But video games can teach you things for everyday life or subconsciously contribute to people staying away from the game. The development of a quality, ability, or state of mind can only occur through play.

We offer ten games that combine fun and self-adaptation.

Logik: »Gather with care«

The devices operate according to certain logical rules, even in the game world. If you want to rewind a cassette in “Assemble with Care”, you have to insert a pen into a hole and bend it. In the game, players are repeatedly presented with faulty items that need to be repaired. As the game progresses, tasks become more complex and each object also tells the story of the person who owns it.

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