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The history of table games

From the beginning of human civilization, there is a beginning of table games. Traces of table games can be found in almost all ancient civilizations and even some prehistoric civilizations. In a large number of historical documents and archaeological remains, we have found evidence of the existence of table games. In the ancient tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh of MERKNERA we found SENET, the oldest board game ever considered.
The modern renaissance of table games began in the early 20th century and rose with the formation of the middle class in Western countries. This group has time and money for leisure spending and is well educated, and they naturally become the recipients of this game. This popularity became more widespread after World War II and became the golden age of table games. Computer games are close relatives of desktop games, and many milestone computer games like "civilization" are all developed on the version of their desktop games. With the rise of computer games, table games have shown signs of decline. Until recently, the rise of the game, also known as the German-style strategy table games, has given the desktop game a new youth. Among them, the most popular board game in mainland China is the "Three Kingdoms Kill" that everyone is familiar with.