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Online Games – An Escape From a Stressful Life

At present, the teenagers are quite addicted to gaming, leaving behind their studies. It has become very tough for the parents to force their children to concentrate on studies. The modern technologies have made it easier to access almost everything, and help to play free online games. There are numerous gaming sites available on Internet which offer different games. These games could be related to racing, sports, strategy, puzzles, action etc.One has to simply type the keywords ‘online games’ in the search engine, and the browser will produce several sites associated with gaming. An individual is suppose to register himself before playing any game. The subscribers can collect points by winning games and can compare their own strength with others. The puzzles and quizzes available on Internet are quite challenging and they force to use our brains. This kind of exercise helps to develop our brains, and allows to think smartly. And there are few games which detects our IQ level, and sometimes challenge our creativity. For example, there is Master Mind, Cargo Bridge etc.Besides that there are sports games available on Internet which helps to know the rules and regulations of different sports such as tennis, football, badminton, golf, cricket etc. And few sites provide training session before the actual game and that helps to play them in better manner. The best part of these online games is that they don’t require any friends for playing. And they don’t even consume much money.If the weather is unpleasant and there is nothing to do, then it is the best option. There are thousands of people who are playing such online games irrespective of their age, profession or career. And slowly & slowly it has come to a stage where they have become quite addicted to it. It has provided a new mean of amusement which has created a good position for them in the online market.A person can easily play different games on his/her computer by just connecting to the Internet. There is no need to buy any expensive kits or gaming consoles for this activity. It is the best way to free our mind from daily stress provided by office work & family responsibilities.Some of the games available on Internet also allows to download their version to our machines, so that we can play the game even when we are not online. And further, we can even submit games to different sites for others to play. There is no limit to the variety of free games that are offered on Internet. And each game ranges from easy to hard, allowing to choose as per the capabilities.So it is better to experience these online games and to remain stress-free without even spending a single penny. There is a plenty of choice to choose from, and it just needs access to Internet for that. And in near future, we might see more advanced games offered by game makers for the game-freaks.

Power Grid Board Game Review

In Power Grid, a new power market has opened up and everything is up for grabs. Compete against other power suppliers as you work your way towards becoming the biggest power supplier in the land. Build power plants and control the market for raw materials such as garbage, oil, coal and uranium. Connect cities to your power grid before others do and become the greatest power magnate!Power Grid is a strategy board game designed by Friedemann Friese and is a remake of the German board game Funkenschlag. Each player represents a power supply company trying to connect as many cities as possible to its power grid. To do so, you will have to build power plants to supply enough electricity to power your cities; own enough resources to run the power plants; and earn enough funds to connect the cities and buy the power plants and resources.Each game of Power Grid is played on a board featuring a map of a region hungry for power. The base game comes with 2 maps: the USA and Germany. Each map shows the cities that can be connected to your power grid and the connection fees between the cities. For example, it is cheaper to connect Washington with nearby Philadelphia than it is to connect San Francisco to Seattle. The board also contains a grid showing the raw materials (coal, oil, garbage and uranium), how much is available and how much they cost.There are 4 actions each round in your quest to power the most cities (the game ends when a player connects a certain number of cities, determined by the number of players). Firstly, players take turns to bid for power plants. These plants can be powered by materials such as oil, coal, garbage, uranium and wind. Each power plant also has different efficiencies (being able to power a different number of cities), but you pay for that efficiency by spending more to buy the more efficient power plants.There is an order to the bidding process. The player with the most connected cities each round get to bid for power plants first. However, this is balanced by the fact that they will be the last to buy raw materials and connect cities. Buying raw materials involves grabbing coal, oil, garbage or uranium from the board at their current price. There is a raw materials market that changes depending on supply and demand. The materials replenish at a fixed rate each turn, and are consumed by players using the related power plants. The more of each material is available, the cheaper it is.Connecting cities involves paying connection fees and placing your tokens on the connected cities. There are clusters of cities on each board where the connection fees are pretty cheap, but building in those areas means competing against more players who also want to take advantage of the cheap connections. Power Grid also divides the game into 3 phases: starting, growing and matured phases. Progressing from one phase to the next changes the amount of raw materials that are replenished each round, and also increases the number of players who can connect to each city.The last action in the round is to power your cities. You use up the required raw materials and earn cash depending on how many cities you powered. You can then use this cash to buy more power plants and resources, and connect more cities the next round.Power Grid is mainly about efficiency and strategic planning. The goal is to power as many cities as you can, and the player who is the most efficient and can do it the fastest will win. Also, how much are you willing to bid for that attractive power plant? Should you spend your limited funds connecting choice cities first or overbidding for that new power plant? Is it worth it to spend a bit more to connect to distant cities in order to cut other players off from a city network? Should you target cities in cheap but congested networks or go for the isolated expensive ones? These are questions you need to always keep in mind, and the answers will change depending on how your opponents play as well.The game also has expansion boards and power plant sets. New boards include France, Central Europe, China and Korea, and each introduces interesting aspects to the game. For example, the order in which power plants are revealed in the China game reflect’s the country’s planned economy. Similarly, there are 2 resource markets in Korea to reflect the separate North and South economies, and the North Korea resource market doesn’t have uranium (right…).Overall, Power Grid isn’t too challenging a game to learn. The mechanics are pretty straightforward and easily grasped, though it might take time to master the efficiency and fund-allocation required to be really good at it. The game takes just over 2 hours, and is one of few games that can play up to 6 players without losing its appeal or taking too long.Complexity: 3.5/5.0Playing Time: 2.0 to 2.5 hoursNumber of Players: 2 to 6 players

A Christian Perspective on the “Race Card” Game – Part 2

As a Christian believer, or as any other decent human being, your role as a logical, intelligent individual is to distinguish between when there is a true allegation of racism from when someone is playing the race card. You are not to allow anyone to manipulate you with his or her own agenda. Take for example, a political scenario, where one politician in desperate need of votes starts playing the race card by bringing up divisive racial issues, rather than presenting a concrete platform and work plan to the people. Many people fall prey to such politicians who target the racial sentiments of individuals. Such people end up voting on racial lines rather than focusing on what the politician really has to offer. Inevitably, they get disappointed because the politician fails to deliver, because they really had nothing more than political rhetoric to offer.On the other hand, be careful with individuals who are quick to accuse others of playing the race card. Many of such individuals may have deep-seated racial prejudice and discriminatory beliefs, which they have mastered the act of obscuring. On the surface, they present themselves to be “non-racist,” while practicing racism in the subtlest manner. In the meantime, while they accuse others of being racist or playing the race card, they are no better themselves.Still, it is easier for you as an individual to fall prey to the game of playing the race card when you have unresolved issues within you about racism. If you have fear of other races, especially fear that is motivated by anxiety over perceived loss of economic control or dominance, your fear could dominate your mind and make you a quick target to be easily manipulated by those who play the race card. If you have been wounded in your soul by one or more experiences of racism and the “wound” is still a “open sore”, you could be more receptive to someone playing the race card on one issue or another. This is why you must treat your experiences of racism like any other life’s negative experiences. Daily, you must continue to positively evolve from any experience with racism to become a better human being who simply refuses to be defeated by racism. Someone who refuses to use or manipulate racism in any way for individual benefit. Below are steps that I suggest that you learn to take daily in order to gain your own individual victory over racism, and to avoid playing the race card game.· Regardless of your religion or creed, you need to accept the universal truth that you are not superior or inferior to anyone. Your humanity as an individual is not superior or inferior to that of another human being.· Daily, you must dust yourself of the “debris” of racism to prevent any negative lingering effects of it. You must cleanse your thoughts and emotions of all of the “wreckage” and “remnants” from your unpleasant experiences with racism.· Daily, you need to cleanse your mind of any perceived fear of individuals of other races taking over your life or that of your community or country. Fear and anxiety breeds all manner of destructive negative thinking and emotions that sets you up to become receptive to racial prejudice and discrimination, or playing the race card game.· You need to forgive your racist offenders, so that their ignorant, racist actions against you don’t succeed in making you bitter about life and turning you into a living, wounded soul. God has asked us to forgive those who offend us, so that we too may be forgiven by those we offend and by God Himself. This is a simple Biblical instruction that is by no means simple to practice. Yet, it is necessary for the well being of our soul, that is our mind, thoughts heart, emotions and will. It is necessary for individuals within a family, community, state, country or the world as a whole, to continue to live and co-exist in reasonable harmony.· You must continue to act with integrity before God, regardless of your experiences with racism. So, you do not have the luxury to be a part of racism, or ethnicity-based politics, or play the race card in any shape or manner.· You have to make the conscious effort to remember that God has given all of humanity the mandate not to discriminate against anyone based on race, ethnicity or nationality, or any other reason.


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