More Brain Training Nintendo DS
Dr. Kawashima is back to train brains, with more mini-games and mind teasers now included.
Those familiar with the original Brain Training will be right at home with this rendition. Its structure and layout is almost the same, but with a large collection of fresh activities now included. Traditional Brain Age Check games include Number Memory, in which the player must memorise a selection of symbols, and Math Recall, where players are presented with a number of maths problems to solve. Your final Brain Age will be measured depending on how well these tasks are performed.
Training now revolves around the more creative aspects of the mind, with games that include Piano Player, which asks the player to hit the correct notes on the on-screen piano keys, and Memory Sprint, which asks the player to track a running target running in a sprint race.
More Brain Training may follow its original structure very tightly, but new game variations keep things interesting. Those who feel they’ve reached the limits of what the first Brain Training can offer will find further challenge with this release.
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