Gaming memes build for Gamers - top 50 funny jokes that only true gamers will understand
Computer games have taken over the world. Recent studies show that in the last 8 years, the video game industry has generated more revenue than that of film and music taken together. Sales in the computer game industry are expected to continue to grow by another 20 percent in the near future.
The share of people who play video games is increasing in recent years, but it does not compare with the share of gamers in the US, or even in Europe.
1.False alarm in the games
2.Worst mission ever
5.Storage is full
6.Big stats and games
11.Hard to win
12.How it is presented in games
13.Superbowl people be like
14.Me hunting something
15.Extra controller be like
16.Logic in games is fun
17.Left 4 dead
21.All the controls in the house
24.Betray in family
27.Happy Valentine’s Day
30.During Valentine’s Day
31.Kid on Xbox
33.Couple games on Valentine's
35.Don’t forget to save the game
36.Fell off in the game
37.Any video game
40.One hit is enough
41.Fan art in games
44.To be continued
45.Valentine’s Day games
46.That’s just ok
47.Do this nonstop
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90-year-old woman became the oldest blogger-gamer
A 90-year-old old woman from Japan became interested in gaming streams and got into the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest gamer in the world, leading a YouTube channel. This was reported on the website of the Guinness Book of Records.
Japanese Hamako Mori, known on the Web as the blogger Gaming Grandma, was born on January 18, 1930. She started playing video games when she was 39 years old; because of her children she got interest in them. “From the outside it looked fun, and I decided to try it. At first, I hid my hobby and played until no one sees me, ”said Mori.
All these years, a woman has been collecting game consoles. The first of these was Cassette Vision, released in Japan in 1981. Now the gamer is using PlayStation 4 for games. “At first it was hard for me to master it, but the latest action games with all their entertainment made me understand the technique.
Now I am literally obsessed with all these innovations, ”the woman admitted.
A few years ago, Mori decided that playing only for herself was useless, and started a YouTube channel to share her gaming experience with other people. Soon, the streams of an elderly Japanese woman began to gain thousands of views, and more than 188 thousand people subscribed to her channel.
Mori admitted that the games make her feel young and give her strength. “After so many years, I realized that games are my thing. I enjoy life, and it’s wonderful, ”said the old lady.
Earlier it was reported about a 75-year-old resident of South Korea, who decided to visit the gym to cope with pain in the spine, and soon became a bodybuilder. She took second place in the competition in the category of women aged 38 years and older.