Author: Devonis This is a guest post and does not represent the views of CheckPoint. Over the last few days I played a Visual Novel named „One Thousand Lies“. Developed by Keinart Lobre and released in March 2016. Before I move on, I want to give a big spoiler warning!...
Following the success of Great Games Done Slow, Non-profit organisation CheckPoint is launching their own Twitch Channel. Spearheaded by Big_Bad_Kaiju, they have already recruited a number of streamers, both experienced and newcomers alike. Those set to contribute regularly are Vandalized, LieseInWonderland, TheMugbearer, prettycar and many more. “The CheckPoint...
The 3-Step Thinking Hack Pack is your guide to learning simple mind tricks which will change your entire life.
Tips on how to improve wellbeing – written by and for people who love video games.
This quick guide will teach you the symptoms and signs of stress, explore why it happens and how to recognise it, and of course, provide evidence-based advice about how to cope with stress.
It’s important to start with the basics. Explore facts about wellbeing and mental health, essential words to know, and learn quick tips on coping.
Thanks to the generosity of our friends and colleagues in the game development industry, we are thrilled to be able to offer keys for these wonderful games to the Great Games Done Slow streamers.
Even if you don’t have much experience with mental health (we all have some!) here are some simple things you can do to help gamers improve their wellbeing.
When playing a game, you become immersed in the characters you play as. We often get asked, when those characters have mental health issues, how realistic are they? Are they good portrayals, or bad?
Author: Asrar This is a guest post and does not represent the views of CheckPoint. As a chess player for ~20 years myself, I found it increasingly helping to deal with anxiety to occupy myself with chess. I’m aware that chess is not your typical video game, but...