Does your gran play video games? Well this one does! Kathleen Connell, aged 100 as of last week, revealed to a startled press that she was in fact an avid Nintendo gamer.
She spends, on average, 2 hours a day playing puzzle and creative games in order to keep herself sharp throughout her old age, and its worked. Games like Art Academy, Brain Training, Scrabble and Family Fortunes regularly see use in her Nintendo games console which was bought for her at the age of 96 by her daughter, Pam Stewart.
Despite living alone and having both legs amputated, this little games console manages to keep Kathleen entertained and mentally stimulated.
“I can’t speak highly enough of it. I don’t know what I would do without it.” – Kathleen talking to The Sun reporters
“I’m very proud of the way mum keeps active after all those years. It certainly keeps her sharp.” - Daughter speaking to The Sun reporters