Why we like computer games and music?




Computer games have become a part of our culture. Popular movies have a computer game you can play and many stars offer their voices and acting abilities to new games. There are many reasons why this culture phenomenon has become so popular with young and old.

The main reason we play these games is that they are fun. We can play a sports hero, or a medieval wizard, we can control great armies like Julius Caesar. These games provide entertainment we have never been able to participate in before.

As we play we feel that nothing can stand in our way. We perform great rescues, drive fancy cars, or destroy the enemy. This gives us a sense of power and control. Playing these games offers a place we can turn to when our lives are not going that well. If we are lonely, sometimes our characters become our escape from feelings.

Many of the games we play are done in multiplayer. This is a way for people to reach out to others and form social groups. We form teams and compete against each other and make friends with people on opposite sides of the country or globe.

Computer games provide us with entertainment we can't find anywhere else.
These games provide an escape from daily life and a way to meet new friends. It provides us a break from our routine work. Break from our routine work is very essential to refresh our brain.

Music is pure magic. It is a wonderful gift to humanity. Music moves us, and soothes us. It stimulates. It makes us want to dance or sing. It makes us feel happy or sad, inspired or uplifted. It affects our mood in all kinds of infinite ways.

Research has shown that music has a profound effect on your body and psyche. In fact, there’s a growing field of health care known as Music Therapy, which uses music to heal. Those who practice music therapy are finding a benefit in using music to help cancer patients. Music is a language that resembles with our basic computing language of thinking system. Music is also a mystery that needs extensive research. It can help us know the mystery of memory storage in our body.