The domestic publishing house PROSTOROBOT, which specializes in children’s scientific games, has developed a board game that is designed not only to make it interesting for the companies of children and their parents, but also to instill interest in the world of electronics (or rather, to give basic knowledge about electrical circuits).
The game is called “Don’t Short the Chain! Sequential Story” and this is a new game in the series (in 2019 there was a game called “Don’t Short the Chain!”, don’t confuse with it). In the game, you are offered to compete with 2-4 rivals from 8 years old for the title of the best electronics engineer, and for this you need to collect as many winning consecutive electrical circuits from power plus to minus and light bulbs and LEDs. You will also need to put in diodes that will allow current to flow in one direction, resistors to keep the LEDs from burning out, and use a soldering iron to eliminate short circuits. And the more circuit components you have on the playing field, the more you will have to “break” your brain over the placement of new ones.