Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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games for all

Boring games sutable for the old and new
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The game would include computer geneated situations in which you would do chores, this is most sutable for the old as it involves no parts where they would become afraid and therefor, they would not have a heart attack.
chuckster, Jul 08 2000

Flow http://trumpet.sdsu...304/web304/flow.htm
A psychology professor with the wonderful name of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (chick-sent-me-high-ee) has been writing popular books about happiness while playing or working, a state he calls "Flow". Being adequately challenged is an important part. [jutta, Jul 08 2000]

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       My favourte game for the elderly is to sit comfortably with a packet of chokkie-bikkies and flick "random" in the Halfbakery. Best part of it. Congrats to the member who thought of it.
rayfo, Nov 13 2000
  

       Makes me think of the Nintendo game "Harvest Moon". Or, to a certain extent, any non-combat-oriented sim game (Sim City, The Sims, etc.)
baf, Jul 06 2001
  
      
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