Board games are highly underestimated when talking about their integration into learning and teaching processes. And on the other hand the board games are one of the most effective methods when talking about interaction during the learning / teaching process. Initially “interactive learning” often meant little more than listening to an expert’s presentation followed by questions and quizzes, with short discussion sessions at the end. Time constraints and the wish to present as much information as quickly as possible have led to today’s PowerPoint presentation explosion, but unfortunately board presentations alone are unlikely to lead to increase of the efficiency of learning and teaching processes. This is where the introduction of games steps in with high efficiency.