Summary: ... some of the time. It is, however, great fun. You start to compete against yourself to see if you can better your previous scores. Games, sorry "training" starts with only the first 3 of 9 possible games available.
Summary: ... once again the program doesn't always recognise the verbal answers. It has the sudoku puzzles like the previous one. This one contains more difficult puzzles - maths where the numbers disappear before you can do the sum and (my favourite so far) music recital, as well as the very useful change...
Summary: This is pure Brain Testing fun! Similar to the first Brain Training but with more difficult tasks to complete.The variety of the tasks is better than No: 1. and I find that playing 1 then 2 is more than enough to give your brain a thorough work out.
Excerpt: More Brain Training is the Nintendo DS sequel to Brain Training and although an educational game which provides something a bit different this game can get a bit dull especially if you prefer action based games but the concept is good and I can see why this game would appeal to many people.
A great little game which offers more than you'd expect
14 February 2012
Excerpt: I hope you can please ignore my grammatical errors in my pathetic excuse for a pun in the title and continue reading. The original Brain Training game has sold over 6 million copies worldwide and remained in the UK charts more than a year after a its initial release.
Excerpt: I enjoy puzzle games and like to keep my brain fresh by trying to use it a bit each day so the idea of a game on my DS that would combine the two seemed good to me. I bought more brain training online for around £15 despite not owning the first game in the series as I wanted the most up to date...
Pros: challenging, short games,
Cons: annoying virtual guide, some games can get monotonous