Summary: I have to admit that I am not sure about the claims that Sight Training make. It states that "this game helps you train your visual abilities, but will not improve the actual strength of your eyesight".
Excerpt: The practice of casual gaming was a concept that had a huge growth spurt in the mid 2000s. The Nintendo DS was a major champion of this, with early titles like Nintendogs and Wild Crossing having a big impact.
Pros: Enjoyable and entertaining, provokes concentration and reactions . Rewarding to beat your own score
Cons: Music can be annoying, stylus not always reactive, not approved to improve your eyes .
Excerpt: The practice of casual gaming was a concept that had a huge growth spurt in the mid 2000s. The Nintendo DS was a major cause of this, with early titles like Nintendogs and Wild Crossing having a big impact.
Excerpt: This is your typical training game. But for your sight. I bought this after playing 'Brain Training' and 'More Brain Training'. I thought 'at first' this was really fun, the games were different to the other games so I thought it was good.
Excerpt: I have never found the games which are meant to expand your knowledge and skills that worthwhile and I have been left thinking the same again after playing this game. I have played Sight Training on numerous occasions but sadly it has never done me any good and my eyesight has remained the same.
Good training game, which is suitable for most ages.
25 March 2010
Excerpt: Sight Training for the Nintendo DS comes from the creators of Brain Training. It is designed to help train your eyes for a number of focusing abilities. There is an option on the game to 'check your eye age' which is calculated through a number of visual mini games using the DS's touch screen.