Summary: Actually bought this for my mom who is 73. It can be a bit addictive when challenging yourself for a higher score. If you liked Big Brain, Flash Focus or Brain Age then you'll find this is similar in style. Shape recognition and sequence remembering are part of the challenges.
Beth A. Bergstrom "retired audiobook proofer", Amazon
3 December 2007
Summary: This game is okay, cartoonish, but fun, only 5 or 6 (games) subjects and mission to complete. I haven't completed a mission yet, but I'm still learning the game. I'm Older and My eyesight isn't what it used to be so reading glasses are a must.
Summary: I bought this game becasue I love brain age and was looking for more of the same. I didn't find it here. Maybe ok for kids, but not the same crowd as brain age. Games are too easy, too few, and too silly.
Summary: If you are tired of Brain Age and Big Brain Academy, then you might find that thie will help fill your time a little bit too. Don't expect this to live up to both of those, but it is a cute little game, and I've gotten some fun out of it.
Summary: Except I don't know that it is actually cheaper. Brain Age and Brain Academy are much better games with much more variety. The story that is offered up doesn't add anything to it. There are only four different types of challenges (remembering a sequence of pictures shown, counting how many bouncing...