Art + Science = Videogames

Yesterday I watched "Video Games: The Movie" on Netflix. If you haven't watched it and you're a creative person, you probably should. 

One thing that started to interest me was the physical and emotional connection people have with these narratives and how they grow over time. Did you know the average person that plays video games are males, age 30? I would have thought that "kids"  we occupying that space more than the older generations but I guess those 30(ish) year old are where the game playing and experience really started. 

Take a look at the trailer and get ready for your mind to try to realize the connection of science and art on this media that not too many people understand but one a lot of people interact with. 

Interested in playing those games you did when you were a kid? The games that are towards the beginning  of video games and computer games are available to play on the Internet archive