Card games have always been present in homes, and despite being currently immersed in a digital age of tight schedules, these games have remained in our game cupboards. With all the technological innovations that have emerged over the last few decades.
We live in a society in which all don’t use several of their time, surrounded by mobile phones, tablets and video games and for this reason, it is surprising and at the same time gratifying, to see how they claim to play such a simple and basic game like the andar bahar.
However, everything has an explanation. And it is that despite the great innovations that have been developed around us, we are still people. And people, we like to interact with other people, before, now and always.
Card games can bring together different generations, personalities, and classes around one table. They are one of those ideal games to spend a fun afternoon with family or with friends from school, either at home or outdoors. And is that for many older people, playing cards is the only way to play and have fun at the same level as their grandchildren.
Introducing children to card games from a very young age provides several benefits; It helps them to play in a group, cooperate, learn to follow rules, take turns, practice math and improve social skills.
Apart from being hilarious, card games have a great absorption capacity. In each of the games, the little ones involve all of their concentration, attention and logical thinking, also stimulating their mental speed and memory.