Use video games to keep the mind active

About to complete 86 years, Hilda Knott loves playing video games and says the games to help keep your mind active. The elder says enjoy the adventures and struggles, but mostly of puzzles, which make rack their brains to achieve some goal.

According to the elderly, the incredible gaming is to find something new every day, whether to move to the next stage or to finish the game. Hilda's case illustrates the growing interest of people above 70 years for video games.

Andrew Oliver, Blitz Games co-founder, explains that the senior market is growing rapidly and more and more older people want to play. Hilda say so. To circumvent his vision problems, she bought a 65-inch TV. And so she can keep playing Call of Duty, your favorite game.
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