If you are a millennial who has grown up with video games, you may have missed out on the fun of playing a good, old-fashioned, non-electronic Role-Playing Game (RPG) with your friends. Those who have watched The Big Bang Theory know how exciting and engrossing these games can be.
I am a middle-aged man whose youth was in the late 1970s and 1980s. Of all the diversions from study and the usual work that I loved the most was non-electronic Role-Playing Games (RPG). Well, they were not known as not known as non-electronic then because we are talking about an era that pre-dated the arrival of electronic video games or one when they were still in their infancy.