Well Played -- Vol. 8, No. 2
journal contributionposted on 27.09.2019, 17:30 by Eric Klopfer
How does a parent know if the games that their child is playing is helpful, harmful, appropriate, challenging or intimidating for their child? One excellent way is for the parent and child to game together. In this special issue of Well Played we are looking for cases where parents and their kids (grandparents and their grandkids) are playing together. This includes multiplayer of massively multiplayer games, co-op games, competitive games, or turn-based games where parent and child pass control back and forth or take on different roles. It also includes both digital and non-digital games.