Conclusion: it is a ok game, and its a great idea but i think it just get boring after a while. Yes there are games you can unlock but I just didn't get very much out of it. You wouldn't want to play it everyday, as it just get repetitive as the novelty of the game soon wears off.
Conclusion: I find the daily training in More Brain Training more difficult then the first game. I have been only able to get my brain age down to 35 at the moment and with the first game I got down to 26 which pleased me as 20 is the best you can get. The structure of the game is the same as the first one which is very additive indeed. There is a fun puzzle game called Germ Buster hidden in the training section which is a bit like Tetris or Puzzle League only not so good.
Conclusion: I own both this and the first brain training. I bought this after becomming slightly addicted to the first one and it didn't disappoint.!!! The best new features in my eyes were the musical test and the spare change test. Even my husband, who isn't very musical, managed to learn from the musical game. He can now play some of the songs on our real keyboard. Again the Sudoku was a great feature.
Conclusion: This is a neat little game however can be slightly annoying at times and sometimes the game does not pick your writing up correctly so you get the answer wrong! I have been at this now for 6 months... Any improvement on the brain? None, I have been aged 59 and above every time, (quite feeble I know!) but nonetheless the gets a good 4 stars.
Conclusion: This is really good game if you want to know your brain age and train your brain further. The are a few training activities which are quite fun. You can save your brain age once a day and track your progress on a chart.