Summary: Brain Boost Gamma Wave is a very fun and addictive game where you compete with youself to better your score every time you play. The catagories and color scemes are really neat making you not want to put this game down.
Beth A. Bergstrom "retired audiobook proofer", Amazon
3 December 2007
Summary: Good to have with Brain Boost Beta Wave. Still learning the games(lessons). Sorta cartoonish but I don't mind. Reading glasses for us older users are a must. There are 5 or 6 (games) subjects to work on, and I'm still trying to do so.
Summary: Don't waste your money. The Brain Age and Big Brain Academy are SO much better and so much more fun. The countdown between "problems" in the games gets old really fast. The pictures all have the same color palette, so sometimes it's incredibly difficult to differentiate between them, which I suppose...
Summary: Feeling like you play a game and you come away lesser of a person for giveing it your time, well this game will do the opposite. You suck the game dry and your brain is the benefactor for it. Don't give up , GET EVEN.
Summary: If you have already played out Brain Age and Big Brain Academy, you might find this is a pleasant little diversion to play with. The story might as well not be there, I've never bothered with it, because I don't need some silly story to work on my memory.
Graphic Novel / Manga Reader "ownstoomanybooks", Amazon
4 March 2007
Summary: As an adult gamer, I didn't care for this game. I have tried Brain Age and I think it's so much better than Brain Boost: Gemma Wave. Brain Boost is just a memory game, period. There is nothing else to do on it except just to test your memory. 3 ways to test your memory, numbers, pictures and colors.
Summary: I skip the goofy story. It was totally not needed! The games are okay. I do wish you could get a record of how you've been doing and how much better you are getting. I am glad I found this and Beta Wave on sale for 9.99. I would have been really disapointed if I had spent 20.00 each!