What millennials are doing to engage urban youth with politics, politicians and policy
The game is on, but the board is not set for family gaming (Monopoly, Risk), Eurogames (Catan) or dexterity gaming (Operation). This election season, two 27-year-olds are aiming to take the conversation about politics beyond fulfilling your duty to vote, through board games. The Poll, developed by Delhi-based Abeer Kapoor, simulates the electoral process, while Mumbai-based Zain Memon and Memesys Lab’s board game Shasn is a political strategy game.
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