Games are defined in the terms of psychology as a common or counterproductive social interaction. However, games are much more than just being counterproductive. Games teach cognitive skills and have many physical advantages. Even animals know the importance of games, with the playful fights of a tiger cub with his brothers translating into catching prey in the future.

Games are usually played in a social group and are a great way of bringing people together, e.g., card games and board games. Games are an integral part of all societies and come after work, entertainment and relationships. They are the expression of a basic part of the human nature.

Games have been constantly evolving since the beginning of stable societies and today are part of every evolving technology such as televisions, computers, mobile phones and others. The different forms of indoor games are tile games, board games, card games, video games, and many others.

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