The Art Of Video Games | Abhay Apte | Our Own High School

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Abhay’s idea revolves around videogames being a form of art and how it improves our lives. Games aren’t just for entertainment, but they can also help us to live morally. There are many ways you can perceive a game, and how it might affect your life. Story telling is an art form that expands our imagination and shows us another side of the coin. Videogames can also improve cognitive skills and help ADHD children.

Abhay explains the art of videogames. Videogames are often underrated. This is to show that videogames can be considered art. His goal is to demonstrate how videogames can positively impact our lives.

Facilitator: Arun Venkiteswaran

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