15 Times Games Invaded The Real World In Unexpected Ways

15 Times Games Invaded The Real World In Unexpected Ways

As avid gamers ourselves, we can confidently say it's probably better when we stay safely ensconced in a windowless room, bathed only in the dim flicker of an aging Alienware beef horse.The fact is, when we get out into the world, most normies have no idea what their in for.

When properly utilized, it’s amazing what a group of gamers can do. If this list is anything to go by, we could have eradicated cancer years ago if we got a World of Warcraft guild to fight it. Here’s a myriad of ways that gaming has positively (and negatively) impacted the actual real world.

For example, did you know that playing Tetris after trauma positively affects rates of healing and recovery? Pretty wild right? It can even help stop the formation of bad memories.

Turns out that a game called QuestaGame functions just like Pokemon snap, but helps people identify rare planet and animals in real life.

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Tetris, when played after a trauma, positively affects people. СНПЧУ CRACKED.COM Research has shown that playing everyone's favorite Russian puzzle can stop the formation of bad memories associated with trauma.

Source: NPR

Real-life Pokemon Snap can help classify and find rare plants and animals. CRACKED.COM QuestaGame gives you points depending on how rare of a plant or animal you photograph. Yes scientists are studying the game data, have you been paying attention to this list?

Source: Forbes

This game actually hurt people who sucked at it. CRACKED.COM The PainStation, a German creation, is a two-player Pong-like game. Players can get shocked, whipped, or burned by the console.

Source: Wired

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