Video games can have many benefits for children including improving cognitive skills, enhancing creativity, building social skills, improving mood, and encouraging learning. Video games can improve hand-eye coordination, (sports games) problem-solving, (RPG games) abilities, and decision-making skills. They can also provide opportunities for virtual exploration(video game worlds, minecraft and such), creativity, teamwork, communication, and critical thinking. Many video games can also teach children specific skills such as math, science, or history (Assassins Creed games). It is important to note that not all video games are suitable for children, and parents should monitor the content and play time of their children. Video games can be a valuable addition to a child’s overall development when used in moderation and in conjunction with other forms of entertainment and educational activities.