I had the opportunity to play Dead of Winter recently. “Dead of Winter is a meta-cooperative psychological survival game. This means the players are working together toward one common victory condition–but for each individual player to achieve victory, they must also complete their personal secret objective.” This would be great for teaching team work, collaboration and striving for team and individual goals. Only problems are I would need more than one lesson and the students would need to have a reasonable attention span… I recommend this game.
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