We sincerely believe that all children should be able to play alone and at least occasionally get away from their brothers and sisters. It brings an element of concentration that isn’t hampered by playful conversations or distractions. This gives them time to set their own pace.
Whoever plays the game has his own goals. It’s nice when you achieve something, because only you yourself make the effort. In terms of family dynamics, all children enjoy spending time alone without siblings (or parents) to calm down.
It is a great thing for parents to send their children to different directions of the house with their own play and time to relax. Believe us, when each child is busy with his own business, they are much calmer than when together
Most single player games are great for teaching sequence, strategy, and logic. These are important skills in everyday life.