Reviews and Problems with Sight Training: Enjoy Exercising and Relaxing Your Eyes
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Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day (Nintendo DS, 2007)
12 December 2012
Summary: This game has fun activities for better awareness. You exercise your eyes with simple puzzles and games to enhance your focus ability. Flash Focus activities track your progress with easy-to-read charts. As you play each day, Flash Focus designs a training program just for you.
Summary: Great sellers and great game! I have MS and have some eye problems. I use this game to strenghten my eyes and my mind. I highly recommend this game for all MS patients or anyone who wants to keep their eyes and mind in tip top shape.
Summary: I bought this game for my 9 yr old daughter who loves these types of games, It is a little hard for her. The math facts are addition, subtraction and multiplication. She got a little bored with it after a while, I think this is more of an adult game the a childs game.
Summary: This game is a great workout for the eyes AND brain. It only takes about 5 minutes a day to take advantage of this software. I highly recommend this to anyone that's looking for a quick brain tease.
Summary: More of a training program than a game, "Flash Focus" probably wouldn't appeal much to game-oriented kids or those seeking a "shooter"-type experience. It's pitch is more intellectual than most, and is based on scientific research, the application of which through the program allows you to refine...
Summary: I love this kind of educational brain challenging DS games, if you liked Brain Age 1 and 2 is very likely that you will like this game as well. The games are funny and help you to develop your focus abilities, which is very necessary in real life.
Summary: I am so glad I got this "game". I've been wanting to get back doing eye exercises & this Flash Focus walks you through 3 simple ones. It's fun for me, the mom, because it hardly takes any time to enjoy their challenging little tests. Strange but it really seems like they care. I'm impressed!
Summary: I bought this game at the suggestion of a specialist working with my young daughter, who has visual perceptual problems. She disliked the doctor's recommended therapy. She likes this game and doesn't fight me about playing it. She often plays it without even being asked.