Summary: I am a natural leftie and was always told as a kid that I was ambidextrous. Well, I found out that I am. I can say that my right hand gets really sore after using it so much trying to match my left. But it's a fun game. I got it second hand at gamestop for $18.00 and since I am new to Nintendo DS I am just trying different types of games. I'm sure I will find others that I like better but as a 35 year old I am having fun with this one.
Summary: I thought I was ambidextrous since I can write, do various tasks and play games with either hand. This is a very good at improved your abilities in the non-dominant hand. It works well for hand and eye coordination. There are multiple levels graphical representations of your progress. If you are already ambidextrous, this game won't help. If you THINK you are ambidextrous, then try this game.
Summary: My 6YO son always tries to play my DS games (Brain Age types) and can't do it. Left Brain/Right Brain is simple enough that he can actually enjoy without frustration. At a good price (I bought used for 12.99), it's worth it for that alone. He is also tickled to turn the DS around to do the Left Hand thing. I'm not in interested in true ambidexterity, but I'm sure that doing things with your weak hand is good for the brain. The game is simple and not stressful.
Summary: While I find the game it's self very fun and I feel like I might be improving my skills in the process, I was not thrilled with the way they don't allow competitors to be ranked number one in the Solo section. If there are other people in your school, you should still be compared to them for who has the highest score. Also, all WII games show up green on my screen and the colors make using the game a bit hard.
Not bad - For those who REALLY want to become ambidextrous
Michaele L., Amazon
28 December 2007
Summary: This was actually more enjoyable than I thought it would be; we do not realize how much we rely on a dominant hands (we being those of us not gifted enough to be ambidextrous). I can think of lots of reasons that one might wish to become ambidextrous, least of all just for the heck of it. As a statistic, this reviewer broke her hand while playing a Nitendo Wii (go ahead and laugh... I did it while bowling).
Summary: I was intrigued by the concept of this game. Apparently by "exercising" the weak areas of your brain, you can make them stronger, and possibly in the future become ambidextrous. I sat down to test this "game" and I actually had high hopes. You begin by choosing whether you are right or left handed, then do an initial test by using your dominant hand. I'm right handed, and the initial test was pretty easy.
Summary: When you play this game it doesn't feel like you are doing anything like brain training. Unlike the other brain training games I have, this one doesn't make you remember things or do calculations. It's more about testing your ambidexterity. it is certainly a fun game to play, and it takes a while for you to realise that you are actually making your brain work.
Summary: well interesting game strange to begin with but you get used to it then becomes a challenge can pick it up and drop it as and when you feel which is what i like about it different type of game worth a go