Let’s be real. School can be a bit of a drag at times. Your brain starts to feel exhausted as your hands type away relentlessly at your keyboard; you start to tune out a little as the lecturer drones on and on. And before you know it, you’re drifting off to dreamland. Now that all sounds very well and good; after all, who doesn’t like sleeping? But, depending on what your teachers are like, you’ll probably soon be treated to a rude awakening and an unpleasant shellacking about how you absolutely must pay attention in class.
Sound familiar? Yeah, I’ve been there too. My question, and solution, is this: why sleep when you can play video games instead? Not only will you be able to entertain yourself for at least a good 10 minutes, you won’t face the risk of falling asleep, and the best part is, you get to fool your teachers into thinking you’re a hardworking student furiously taking notes on your laptop.
Steam games are the best choice for some in-class gaming because you can take them around on your laptop, and they’re a lot more inconspicuous than say, a PS Vita or a 3DS. Ha, you’ll get away with playing video games in class, and your teachers will be none the wiser.