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KCRW looks at the multicultural and spiritual roots of games. What does the history of gameplaying teach us about ourselves?

Gaming began 5000 years ago. Why is it still appealing today?

KCRW looks at the multicultural and spiritual roots of games. What does the history of gameplaying teach us about ourselves?

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