[BCAB] Games are good for you

Lawlor, Derry Derry.Lawlor at agriculture.gov.ie
Wed Mar 14 09:31:38 GMT 2018


  Hi Steve it is a pc game  here is the link it was not in English only till last year.  I only started playing it this year, but love the sounds.

     http://www.eurofly.stefankiss.sk/

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From: Steve Nutt [mailto:steve at comproom.co.uk]
Sent: 14 March 2018 09:05
To: 'BCAB Discussion List'
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Games are good for you

Hi Derry,

Is this a PC game or for the iPhone?

I've seen you tweet about it and am more than a little curious.

Thanks.

All the best

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: Lawlor, Derry <Derry.Lawlor at agriculture.gov.ie>
Sent: 14 March 2018 08:45
To: 'BCAB Discussion List' <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Games are good for you

Hi talking about games I do not like shooting games,  my favourite game at the moment is eurofly where you fly a plane from one location to another, there are a lot of tasks I am on task 55 based in Asia  and you have passengers  to fly from one city to another  you might have to avoid a country so you need a bit of Geography, it is fun. Great sounds too.

Derry

-----Original Message-----
From: Kerry Fielding [mailto:littlemisslovely1973 at me.com]
Sent: 13 March 2018 20:55
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Subject: Re: [BCAB] Games are good for you

Hmmm.  Is it girlie?  I'm not by any means your typical girl but I don't think I at ve ever found shooting games appealing but maybe that's because I haven't played enough of them.  A Hero's call does sound very military.


Kerry


On 11/03/2018 10:15, john gallagher wrote:
> i must say a hero's call is very very good indeed. best game yet.
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: mark pemberton via Bcab  <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
> To: BCAB Discussion List  <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
> Date: Saturday, 10 March 2018 9:47 pm
> Subject: [BCAB] Games are good for you
>
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> There is a long article in this months edition of BBC Focus mag on
>> how to lower your stress levels.  Most of it is off topic, for this
>> list, but here is a snippet that pleases me as I am a hopeless lover
>> of all things playing games!
>>
>> 5. GET YOURSELF A DOG
>>
>> Dogs are great motivators for going outside and getting some exercise.
>> But their company can also be a stress buster thé" especially for
>> children. Children aged between 7 and 12 have been found to get much
>> less stressed about arithmetic and public speaking tasks when they
>> have their dog with them. Having a parent present did not have the
>> same effect. Another study shows that owning a pet reduces blood pressure.
>> 6. HAVE A CUP OF TEA
>>
>> It's the classic British response to a crisis: "Would you like a cup
>> of tea?". And there is some evidence suggesting it provides more than
>> a psychological boost. Research from University College London found
>> that people who drink black tea become relaxed more quickly after a
>> stressful task, and their cortisol levels return to normal at a
>> faster rate. There is still uncertainty about which tea ingredient
>> accounts for this. But separate Portuguese research has indicated
>> that the weak concentration of caffeine found in tea reduces anxiety symptoms in mice!
>> 7. PLAY VIDEO GAMES
>>
>> There is evidence that playing video games can help reduce stress,
>> which flies in the face of those who blame all our ills on screens.
>> Cognitive psychologists at the University of Central Florida have
>> shown that frazzled workers benefit more from playing a simple video
>> game during a short work break than sitting in silence or taking part
>> in guided relaxation. This is backed by studies indicating that
>> military veterans who regularly play computer games as a means of
>> escape tended to have served longer and cope better with physical and psychological stressors.
>>
>>
>> I can post the full article if folks want it posted here.
>>
>>
>> Mark.
>>
>>
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