Finding Grace in the Face of Dementia by John Dunlop MD, Free for CAPC Members
Dunlop’s book tackles a subject that few of us would care to read about in a way that encourages, informs, and relieves fear.
In my last post, I made casual mention of the fact that video games are becoming more varied, and I wanted to explain a little bit more about what that means.
In short, it means there’s a game for you. Yes, you.
Probably the largest segment of people I know of who have drifted away from games claim they are too complicated or require too much inherent skill. For those people, here are some games that I can recommend, and an explanation as to why the average “non-gamer” would enjoy them:
Those are just three games that require very little agility and button memorization, but that also provide an extremely rewarding experience. They also provide a pretty wide view of what’s possible with the medium when it’s at it’s best.
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