Top 10 Things Gen Alpha Would Most Likely Be Nostalgic About
Most of Gen Z are familiar with the platform and is even considered nostalgic by a few late millennials due to it being released in the mid 2000s. However due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ROBLOX peaked in its activity in 2020 and may continue to stay relevant today alongside with minecraft.
Well still, Gen Alpha is still very young (people who are younger than 9.5 years old), so they don't have an image, or much feelings for nostalgia as Gen Z does yet.
Minecraft is one of the most mentioned video games when it comes to Gen Z nostalgia. Due to its continuous release dates and spin-offs it would probably sum a huge part of Gen Alpha's childhood and possibly future generations later on.
It's no surprise since it's the most viewed video on YouTube, even surpassing the world's population. It's a kids song released in 2016 but climbed up in relevance a few years later after its release. Not only kids but adults would join the trend imitating the dance moves.
TikTok especially peaked during the COVID-19 pandemic and would possibly continue to be relevant until another social media platform replaces its popularity. With the amount of kids and teens being on TikTok it's no doubt that it would be talked about in the future, especially challenges originating from the platform.
Not a surprising fact due to its popularity as a battle royale game. A lot of kids still do play this game to this day.
Totally forgot to add this one (thank you to whoever included this here). Pretty much every gen alpha person used zoom during the pandemic, which is unfortunately daunting for some. If anything, zoom would definitely leave a bad memory on some, or otherwise depending on their experience.
Not only the kids videos in general, but due to the amount of Elsagate videos flooding the platform, this is definitely one of the apps that would stick into Gen Alpha's memories because of its obscene content potentially traumatizing some of the children using this app.
It peaked in the mid-late year of 2020 and is still a bit relevant today. Who knows it could be much more relevant if Among Us 2 was to be released?
Fidget Spinners pretty much peaked back in may 2017, but died quickly in the next month so it would probably be a vague memory for some. Nevertheless a fair portion of Gen Alpha would remember these addictive toys.
Currently it's the most subscribed kid's YouTube channel. So long if continues to be relevant it can sum a large part of future generations' childhood memories.
Despite his personality outside YouTube, most people root for his content along with his associates, it's pretty predictable that dream could be mentioned a few years later even when the limelight starts to fade off from him.
It became prevalent right when Adobe Flash Player died out in 2020 which continued to be relevant until mid-2021. Although its relevance has stooped recently, we might see a resurgence from more people talking about it years later.
It got pretty relevant starting in mid-2019 and 2020 so it's pretty popular among gen alpha right now.