Psychologists believe that practice of a task that requires an ability tends to improve it. For example: Since solving jigsaw puzzles requires visual discrimination, it’s likely that frequently playing with them will improve this ability. Video games are tasks that involve different abilities. They require paying attention to different targets, suppressing distractors, keeping information in memory, executing complex motor procedures and the use of various problem solving and even social skills. A considerable amount of people dedicate part of their free time to playing video games. Usually more than enough time for practice to affect their cognitive abilities. So, potentially, games could improve your intelligence. But, is there any evidence that support this statement?