Games and culture simulations are an important part of the methods used during intercultural training. This refers both to culture-general and culture-specific training. Games and simulations enable participants to develop intercultural competence skills, above all those concerning the affective dimension. One issue discussed very often in specialist literature concerns the difficulties of conceptualization of games and culture simulations. The article refers to some aspects of game creation for the purpose of intercultural training.
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