Do you think games can be educational?


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Flora Huang Profile
Flora Huang answered

It can be educational. If it is some kind of fighting related games, you might learn from all the skills that is used in the game.

Janis Haskell Profile
Janis Haskell answered

Certainly!  Many games can sharpen your reasoning, motor skills, and spelling to name a few benefits.

Olivia Skumps Profile
Olivia Skumps answered

Sure! That is why there is a genre called educational games!

And, of course, you improve your logic playing, for example,

Mariem Preskott Profile
Mariem Preskott answered

Yes. Because certain genres of games reward and encourage leadership traits—providing for “communities,” securing their safety, etc.—researchers have noted that players can display a correlating motivation in their real-world career goals. Improvising in a game can also translate into being faster on your feet when an office crisis crops up. As for me, I lke playing Kitty Clitter.

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered

It depends on the game we are talking about. If you mean kids' games, then yes. There are a lot of games for toddlers that develop their skills in different spheres of life. Gambling is controversial. I still have no one particular attitude to them. Although, I have been playing for a while. I would not say they taught me a lot. But I've recently started to learn about the world of crypto. Well, I've invested in several currencies and decided to try crypto casinos. I play on The games are similar to those that usual casinos offer. But the income is much worthy. Moreover, it is safer to play on that platform as it uses blockchain technology. Due to that, I've educated on all the stuff connected with crypto.

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