Games of mental skill

2017-07-30T06:58:21+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Nomic, Arimaa, The Game (mind game), Mind sport, Mental calculation, Brain Chain, Blockade (board game), Bookchase, Mastermind (board game), Zendo (game), Evo (board game) flashcards Games of mental skill
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  • Nomic
    The initial ruleset was designed by Peter Suber, but first published in Douglas Hofstadter's column Metamagical Themas in Scientific American in June 1982.
  • Arimaa
    Arimaa /əˈriːmə/ (ə-REE-mə) is a two-player strategy board game that was designed to be playable with a standard chess set and difficult for computers while still being easy to learn and fun to play for humans.
  • The Game (mind game)
    The Game is a mental game where the objective is to avoid thinking about The Game itself.
  • Mind sport
    A mind sport is a game of skill where the mental exercise component is more significant than the physical.
  • Mental calculation
    Mental calculation comprises arithmetical calculations using only the human brain, with no help from calculators, computers, or pen and paper.
  • Brain Chain
    Brain Chain is a strategy-driven trivia board game played by two or three players or teams.
  • Blockade (board game)
    Blockade is a "the Beat the Barrier" board game for two players, invented by Mirko Marchesi and published by Lakeside Industries in 1975.
  • Bookchase
    Bookchase is a board game published by Art Meets Matter.
  • Mastermind (board game)
    Mastermind or Master Mind is a code-breaking game for two players.
  • Zendo (game)
    Zendo is a game of inductive logic designed by Kory Heath in which one player (the "Master") creates a rule for structures ("koans") to follow, and the other players (the "Students") try to discover it by building and studying various koans which follow or break the rule.
  • Evo (board game)
    Evo: The Last Gasp of the Dinosaurs is a German-style board game for three to five players, designed by Philippe Keyaerts and published by Eurogames.