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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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