I am known, occasionally, to criticise kids who spend all day killing virtual-enemies on their phones or iPads, but I have to admit; I'm also a 'gamer'.
Not blasting aliens, crashing cars, or shooting-up baddies for me, but I do play 'Patience' on my laptop.
'Patience', is a pleasant one-person card game that takes about two minutes to play, and only requires a reasonable amount of eye/hand/brain co-ordination. A game that confirms that one's brain is still working; albeit not too exactingly.
The online version I play has a scoring system that makes it slightly competitive, but scores are of little importance other than telling you how fast you've completed the task.
Recently I decided to play a game with actual cards, and found it far less compelling than the online version; even though my original introduction to the game was obviously with a physical pack of cards.
I don't play that often, but I enjoy it; and if I can achieve a score of over 5,000, even more so.
No Grand Theft Auto, Fortnite, or Super Mario for me; but Patience yes.
I recommend. I even got Boo Boo hooked; I wonder if he's still playing over in Mexico.