Junior Brain Trainer Maths Edition is a welcome addition (pardon the pun) to the educational series of games released to educate children while they play. Children learn best when their attention is captured well. This is a proven fact, while taking in information and facts is best done during play. This great game incorporates all these measures ensuring parents that not only will knowledge plus skill be going into their little heads but that their kids will be having a fun time while doing so.
Nintendo have had a resounding success when it comes to their brain training games. It is not surprising as they are highly addictive as well as giving your brain a real good work out, or so I believe anyway. It was only a matter of time therefore that a junior version would be released and this edition does not disappoint in terms of great brain challenges in a superb format.
Another brain training game from Sega, Ubisoft, Mind Quiz Your Brain Coach involves the player in sixteen different exercises for certain areas of the brain, to improve performance in brain stress management plus improve your brain age. It is another game that is hoping to emulate the success of Brain Age, Nintendo’s spectacular release for the DS platform.
Brain Boost Beta Wave is one of many brain training games that have been released hot on the heels of the successful Nintendo Brain Age games. Does this game live up to the challenge I ask myself. Well its a good game with some good brain teasers but unfortunately for me is not in the same league as the aforementioned. That said looking at it from a positive perspective it is worth a play.
Personal Trainer Math is a super speedy learning game that fans of this genre will like to play. Released for the Nintendo DS youngsters will find it a true learning curve while adults will just enjoy finding out how much they have remembered from their maths lessons at school. Professor Kageyama who had a hand in the games content conducts the commentary throughout via texts that are written commenting on your progression.
If you played the very addictive Brain Age Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day and enjoyed it then you will certainly like this follow up edition that is more of the same but with added extras to please fans. The new games in Brain Age 2 (there are seventeen of them)are much more advanced in terms of their content and difficulty having elements that make you use your memory while at the same time solving mathematical problems.
There are plenty of reviews regarding this educational brain teasing game. On reading most, opinions seem to have been formed from observers of the game rather than people like myself who actually took up the challenge and played it. Brain Age is a really great mental teaser game that becomes very addictive as you try to improve your score from every angle so making your brain age younger. Does it work? Well yes it does and I am living proof.