Can Playing Games Improve Your IQ?

Well, one thing we all sure know that playing games are a lot fun, whether they are indoor games, outdoor games, or even PC games, everything is really fun in their own ways. But this thing comes out of the question, can we improve our brain and increase our IQ level? So, let us find the answer to this question.Which games are suitable?

Well, practically, any game, as long as you are interested in it. But, games such as strategy games, real-world games, the games having multiple stories, the war games, the board games, the outdoor games and many more as some type. Well, that goes a long list but there really are games, which will improve your IQ by a significant value. Taking each type of game category in the account, we are drawn to the basic three types, indoor, outdoor, and PC games. So, which are more effective?

Are PC games better than the other two?

Well, this answer might be different for some and different for others, everything depends upon the interest of the person playing the game, taking account of the game named Chess, we can count it as a board game and I think this game is one of the best games to improve our IQ. So, the scale tilts towards the indoor games side, but considering the fact that this game can be played on PC also and if there is a single person present, the availability of the second can be filled by the computer itself is astonishing, so, the scale again regains balanced position. Same goes for other combinations too.

The overall conclusion is that game can improve your IQ, but it depends upon the type of game you are playing, try to play the strategy ones more as compared to those having a lot of gore content or even having a straight forward story, a little twist in a plot can make you think deeper. And not only playing but seeing others play can also help you think more, watching online streams such as yalla shoot live streaming can help a lot.


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Dawn Malicdem is a graduate of AB Communication Arts in De La Salle University. She is a media enthusiast, journalist and a photographer. She also plays golf during her free time.