Creativity at its peak: Meet talented man who is a board game designer

Creativity at its peak: Meet talented man who is a board game designer

- A creative Nigerian man has taken to social media to show off his works

- The young man who is a board game designer shared photos of the new game he created

- He created a board game based on war strategies

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Briefly.co.za has come across the story of a Nigerian man who creates board games. The young man who identified himself simply as KC shared photos of his newly created board game on social media.

The creative board game designer created a board game he named The Battle of Adrica. The game is based on fighting wars with strategies.

According to KC, the game was designed and produced with the help of his talented and hard working team. He said: "My name is KC. I am a Nigerian Boardgame Designer. Here is a war game I designed and produced with my team here in Nigeria."

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In the photos of the board game, it could be seen that different regions are colour based with little images of weapons, trees, streams, homes and more surrounding the regions.

It could also be seen that the game has seven regions. There are also mannequins of people fight the wars.

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True creativity Photo: Twitter Source: KC from NIBCARD Games

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Meet talented Nigerian man who is a board game designer Photo: Twitter Source: KC from NIBCARD Games

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