The Kind of Game You Want To Play
What kind of game would I want or recommend you to play? I am asking this for the sake of humanity and to fix problems of what is happening around the whole globe. One of these problems I want to discuss specifically is competition.
Competition is a game that is more of my tribe versus your tribe. You are also taught the importance of winning at a young age. Competition is boiled down to divide and conquer. Divide and conquer is the Global Elites’s specialty and interest. Competition is more of social and cultural training, and it is not part of human nature. Competitive sports does not build character, cooperation is linked with emotional and behavioral maturity.
I know there are aggressive and competitive games that either gives you reward or punishment. I also have these kinds of competitive problem when I was a child. I may get so angry or irritated rarely to a point of throwing a tantrum if I lost a competitive game. This is also true for playing racing games to a strong hardcore degree where you will almost always lose no matter how hard you try. For a racing computer game or video game, I would generally do the following: either cheat or withdraw. By cheating, I meant finding cheat codes so that I would not have to be mentally imprisoned to competition. An ideal car video game for me is a cruising game without any form of competition. If it were reality instead of computer games, I would very likely to withdraw. This is because I do not stand on losing games, where an emotional bruise shows from the inside. Here is the kind of game I want you to play for the sake of humanity.
I recommend you playing cooperative games. The antithesis of competition is cooperative. If you have players, I recommend you playing with each other as friends, not enemies. Cooperative games are games designed for players to cooperate and play as team. This is known as teamwork. Teamwork is for cooperative players playing in a non-competitive game.
As part of the in5d project I would recommend banning the following games in par with competition and aggression:
- Golf (used for competition only)
- Racing (may that be cars, bicycles, etc.)
- Board Games (Monopoly, Game of Life, Sorry, Chess, Checkers, Tic-Tac-Toe, Rock-Paper-Scissors, etc.)
- Card Games (Hearts, Spades, etc.)
- Games involving animals for cruelty (Bull-fighting, for instance).
- Any “competitive” games that I have not listed, yet these things are good examples.
Also as part of the in5d project, I would encourage the following games as long as competition is out of the equation.
- Teamwork games
- Jigsaw Puzzles
- Any cooperative games that excludes competition from the equation.
For online/computer/video gamers: good luck finding a cooperative online game, and do not play mature-rated games that includes violence, drugs, aggression, pornography, and the like. Do not play online competitive games; play online peaceful games. I have tried to find cooperative online games which does not involve competition. If this is the case that you cannot find cooperative online games, you can even make a peaceful or non-competitive game. How about a game/scenario that involves strategy and teamwork?
As for cooperative games, all games require a strategic plan to overcome any obstacles if we are in a realistic situation. None of the strategic plans to overcome people is mentioned in cooperative games. Cooperative games are all about teamwork.
Cooperative games is the only game I want or recommend you playing for the sake of humanity.
<http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/10-relaxing-online-games-help-chill-you-out.html> – some ideas for peaceful online games