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The Benefits Gaming Has On The Disabled Community

Disabilities are a broad spectrum, whether mental, physical or both combined. Outside of the gaming community, many people don't realize the benefits gaming has for the disabled community. Here I will mainly talk about my and others' experiences regarding the outside world and the gaming world. From My PerspectiveOn many occasions, I wondered what the point of my existence was, as I rarely ever left the house, socialized, and could not experience my teen years like a "normal" teen. Even into my adult life and getting married, I felt I had no worth towards my husband as I heavily relied on him

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Tabletop Games Will Never Die

Since the implementation of lockdown restrictions and social distancing precautions, more people are turning to games to socialize. It's grown so popular, in fact, that Investopedia reports how the global revenue of the online gaming industry is expected to grow to $260 billion (£193 billion) by 2025. This is a noticeable leap from 2020, where it was valued at $155 billion (£115 billion).With the rise of online gaming, many people would expect that tabletop games would become a thing of the past, but this is far from the truth. Originally a pastime originating from ancient civilizations, board games and other tabletop

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Top 6 Social VR Apps to Hang Out With Friends

Can’t see your friends in person? Video chats and voice calls can offer the basic elements of communication, but maybe you want an experience that is more like being in the same room as your friends.If you have a VR headset, you should know that it can be used for more than just games. Social VR apps can be great for bringing people together. Some offer a virtual space where people can go to discuss ideas and there are others that offer features like social games and activities.Check out the following apps if you are looking to have a cool VR experience

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Can RPGs Help You During The Covid-19 Pandemic?

Gather round...In the past few months, the sale of board games and tabletop games has rocketed by a staggering 240%. People are at home with more leisure time to spend on hobbies, and families in particular are turning to old-fashioned pursuits. Video gaming has also rocketed during the lockdown period by 75%. Roleplaying games (RPGs) have been particularly popular, plunging the gamer into new fantastical worlds. They are not only fantastic entertainment, they can also have a positive effect on your health and wellbeing.Dungeons and DragonsA study by Dr. Raffael Boccamazzo of the non-profit charity Take This found that Dungeons and

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