TSURO: The Game of the Path teaches teens on the Autism Spectrum

Calliope Games' Tsuro: The Game of the Path has been featured in a recent Psychology Today article.  Psychotherapist Ugo Uche's Emotional Resiliency in ASD Teens discusses the challenges of managing behavior when things are not going the teen's way.  Using play therapy, Uche found that Tsuro successfully demonstrated "cause and effect" and the "consequences of not thinking ahead" in a way that lecturing doesn't. "The Tsuro board game has now become my personal favorite and I strongly recommend this game for parents who have received far too many complaints from their teens about being lectured," said Uche.

Calliope Games will be featured Tsuro: The Game of the Path at Gen Con 50 (August 17-20, 2017). Attendees can learned more about Tsuro, as well as other Calliope titles including new releases and their other classic table top games.

Tsuro: The Game of the Path is a great family strategy game for all ages.  This easy to learn and quick to play game is fun with two players but is a real crowd pleaser as well.  With Tsuro, players place tiles and then slide their dragon stone along the path created. But be careful, other players’ paths can lead you in the wrong direction—or off the board entirely! Paths will cross and connect, and the choices you make may affect all those who journey upon the board. Find your way wisely and be the last player left on the board to win!

Calliope Games is a family-run company established in 2009, publishing fun, affordable, quality tabletop games meeting the time constraints of our busy 21st century lifestyles.  Their mission is to bring family and friends together to create traditions, memories, and laughter which will be shared for a lifetime.

Publish Date : 9/13/2017


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