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Why You Should Try Social Gaming

by Ronald Bixby - Realtor with Realty ONE Group Dockside 01/10/2022

With more time spent at home, many have been looking for new and creative ways to spend time with each other. The need for social distancing and staying home has allowed online social gaming to flourish. Now there are different games for all ages with all types of interests that you can play with others in the safety of your own home. Some even find that there is a benefit to playing social games within your own household, whether it be with family or roommates. Here we’ll discuss some of the major benefits of online social gaming and how you can introduce it into your home life.

Social Gaming Exercises Your Brain

There are lots of social games spanning multiple genres, but no matter what you’ll find the experience of playing with others mentally invigorating. There are collaborative puzzle games, strategy games and trivia games to keep you thinking in new and different ways. Even the simplest of competitive tasks can help your mind exercise and refresh. For many, working and living at home is boring and routine. It’s easier than ever to feel burned out. However, if you take some time to play games with friends, family or housemates you’ll find that the mental change of pace helps you feel more rested and productive.

Social Gaming Encourages Communication

One obvious benefit of social gaming is that you can connect with friends or family that are far away. Through gaming together, you can spend quality time with those you wouldn’t be able to visit otherwise because of social distancing and travel restrictions. If you’re usually a very active and social person, the change to stay-at-home life is especially difficult. You might find that social gaming is just what you need to help you communicate with others and combat that feeling of isolation and boredom.

Also, social gaming with the people you live with can be just as beneficial. You might see your family members or roommates every day, but with the stresses of work and school and everything else, it’s easy to drift apart. You might even find that spending so much time together has had negative effects on your relationships. While every situation is different, social gaming is a great way to come together and re-establish lines of communication. Team-based strategy games and games that encourage you to make creative choices might give you a fun and easy outlet for sharing time with those you live with.

Social Gaming Is for Everyone

There are countless social games available on the market. Many are free and others might require a one-time purchase or an ongoing subscription. Regardless, you can find nearly every genre and style of game to fit everybody’s needs and preferences. Social gaming allows you to find common ground with players of all ages and ability through shared interests. There are also many games with customizable accessibility options to help with any audio, visual or control challenges you and your fellow players might have. Whether you’re an avid gamer or have never played an online game in your life, you’ll be able to find options to engage socially and have fun at the same time.

Many people were regular social gamers before it became necessary. You might find that you enjoy it enough to keep playing long after situations change. Regardless of the circumstances, you’ll find these benefits are a wonderful reason to come together and play.

About the Author

Ronald Bixby - Realtor with Realty ONE Group Dockside

Hi, I'm Ronald Bixby and I'd love to assist you. Honor, Respect, and Integrity...These are qualities that were instilled in a small town in upstate NY and reaffirmed in the US Navy. I was raised in a town called Horseheads. After graduating High school, I decided to see the world and I went into the Navy. Although I wanted to see the world, I ended up joining the submarine force and unfortunately, they don't have too many windows on subs! After getting out of the Navy, I found myself with an opportunity to get into the restaurant business and that's where I spent the next 30 years. I am blessed with an amazing wife, who is my rock, 4 beautiful daughters, and a son... Parenthood has a way of keeping you on your toes! However, thinking that I was missing something, I decided to make a change and started exploring the Real Estate business, and the more I looked into it, the more I knew this was the right profession for me. I like to help people and assisting a family buy or sell a home is a fantastic opportunity to do just that. If I can make someone half as happy as I am...it's a great day. Let me help you be happy.