Apple Games Features Brain Challenge
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Apple Games recently posted a new feature examining one of the latest games for iPod, Brain Challenge. The game is a collection of mini games designed to challenge and train a player's abilities in categories like logic, math, and memory. The feature reviews Brain Challenge's gameplay and includes a brief description of each challenge.
Each time you launch Brain Challenge, you can take another Daily Brain Test or head into the Training Room and work on a specific area. Before each daily exam, your coach introduces a question, typically one involving a science subject, and gives you the answer at the end of the session. When your workout ends, your coach lets you know what percentage of your brain is in use now and details your total scores in all areas of the game.Head over to the link below to read the rest of the article.
Apple Games: Brain Challenge
Your coach also notes your strengths and weaknesses, giving you tips for working out in the Training Room, where you give your noggin a more robust challenge. While the Daily Brain Test offers varying difficulty levels, the Training Room lets you choose easy, medium, or hard activities, with 90 seconds for each one, rather than the 50-second limit used in the shorter daily sessions. Itís a good way to focus on a specific area and push yourself as hard as possible.
At the end of each Daily Brain Test, you unlock more games that are accessible in the Training Room. Over time, Brain Challenge keeps track of your historical scores, including overall play time, your daily progress in each area, which categories you tend to favor, and what percentage of questions youíve answered correctly, as well as the percentage of answers that came faster or slower than expected. Your coach wants you to choose the right answers as fast as possible, so pay attention to your reaction times.
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