Brain Games - Left vs Right

Brain Games - Left vs Right

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Fun puzzles designed to test your memory and your mind!

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  • Just right challenge Jul 9, 2019

    By MBSofHB
    When it comes to strengthening your brain it is very important to hit the “just right challenge”. If games are too difficult, players get frustrated and do not want to come back on a regular basis to continue. If games are too easy there is not really any point to playing them, other than wasting time. The program appears to starts you at a reasonable level of challenge and based on performance continues to give the player harder, the same, or easier activities. This allows for growth and improvement at a pace that allows the player to feel successful. I highly recommend Left vs. Right! My only problem is when I let the day slip away without doing it, then my “consecutive days of training” goes back to zero. But that is a matter of my time management and setting priorities, not a fault with the game. Try it for a few days and see how much you improve in a short time.
  • Sep 26, 2019

    By A Google user
    Unfortunately, if you play the free version long enough, listening to the ads to unlock the full training options, eventually it simply refuses to connect to those videos. I was considering buying it (I reject subscription models), but hadn't explored all the games and made up my mind yet. I've just installed it on a new device(#4) , and if I can finish looking it over before that nonsense starts up again, still may.
  • Not just another mind-numbing app - but pricey! Oct 15, 2021

    By J.L. Farnsworth
    I enjoy apps that keep my brain active and stimulated, and me busy when I want to pass the time. This app does just that. So far, this app is entertaining, and also gives my brain a bit of a workout. It’s not just another mind-numbing app. Of course, I enjoy those, too, but with a brain injury, I like to find things that fight the damage, that may stimulate new pathways, and help my focus and memory. It’s also an app my kids can play, which is always a bonus. On the downside, it only lets you play three games on the free edition before it shuts you down for the day. It says that you can watch a video to unlock another game, but so far that doesn’t seem to work. So I’m not sure you actually can. I may give the free trial a go to see if it’s actually worth paying the (IMO) steep price. I usually don’t spend that kind of money on an app, not when there are so many free to less-expensive ones out there. So, I also will keep looking at other apps. I wouldn’t mind unlocking everything for a low price, but $40 a year is a bit pricey to me. I’d rather spend my money elsewhere. I deducted one star for the price, and one for the fact I can’t get the video to work, so I can only play three games a day, which isn’t much. If it weren’t for that and I could play more, I would have given it 5 stars.
  • Feb 25, 2019

    By A Google user
    I like the games and the system. However, the application does not save my streak progress and sometimes even my game progress. The only point of this for me is to track everything; otherwise I could have just found similar flash games and played those instead of paying $10 for a lifetime membership. For example, I got to level 8 on the Neighborhood Watch game and it now says I'm still on level 1 and shows no stats on it.
  • Amazing! Dec 26, 2019

    By 23.rachel@26Ilovecats
    I have focusing problems that I go to the doctor for and this I have recommended to them to start using on other kids. I love this game and it really helps with focusing issues. I do have my eyes hurt a bit after playing but that is because they are working hard. I have found a few kinks but that will not take my five-star rating off of this great game. I had started looking for games to help my kids get better at this stuff but all the good ones cost money every week! When I saw this one I knew I might have found a hit. Well, seeing here about a month later, I was just right. This app I recommend to millions of parents and hope their kids find the never ending happiness and challenge that has come to me and my kids!😄
  • Oct 31, 2018

    By A Google user
    I think it's a great work in progress. Could use better visuals / and higher definition graphics as it feels its an app made for a smartphone from 2012. Could also use much less ads. I feel as though itd be much easier to make a premium version than to run ads all the time, suddenly, with no way to close out of them to all users. It can be very annoying. On the bright side, I definitely feel as though it picked at my brain and the games were simple yet you can see how they would correlate to day to day things and feel the works of muscle / neurological memory and reflexes.
  • Truly a 3.5 out of 5 Sep 13, 2020

    By Starla-Johanna
    This is an awesome app for cognitive strengthening that has a wide variety of games, many of which are unique to this Left vs Right app alone. In that aspect, I would rate Left vs Right a 5/5. The most frustrating element to actually utilizing the many challenging and fun brain exercise and game options, is the fact that you are given a mere 3 game challenges per day for training exercises and each game allows for only one round of play. Unless, of course you would like to purchase more than the measly 10coins each player starts off with to replay a game or use coins to play a different game. Honestly, if it wasn’t for the wide variety of different games this app offers ... (eventually over many days) I would have Deleted it the moment that horribly petty, yet albeit cunningly clever money making scheme was abundantly clear.
  • Apr 4, 2020

    By A Google user
    Phenomenal game. Any Age. The past month I have been enjoying in the different types of mini games and the ability to continue the challenge with an ad. This game is to maintain or even improve your intelligence quotient for their mini scenarios. For example: Mini game: neighborhood watch Is a series of individuals moving from point to point. At first you memorize the paths knowing the individual's start and end points, later it gets more difficult and you would have to simplify their paths.
  • Few small errors with some games but overall just what I needed Apr 7, 2021

    By 🙃 S M I L E 🙂
    Hello! This App was just what I needed when I read the reviews and description. I downloaded it and selected what i wanted to work on. I just started yesterday and already loving it. But some games either have errors or I’m just to blind to see it. For example, I was on the little precision game with the exits. It was really hard to tell who is closer. It was like this for example: 🙂 EXIT 🙃 It made it too confusing along with the same problem with a few other mini games. Other than that, if you have a hard time focusing, patience, precision, and more, this is an excellent game to work on that.
  • Mar 11, 2021

    By Laura Slowinski
    While on my search to find something easy enough for my friend who has early onset of dementia and hard enough for me to play along with her, I think I found it here. I like the different games and categories they use as well as go at your own pace. The graphics are colorful, big enough to see on my screen and I like that a lot of the games have circles too. Bubliness. I will probably upgrade to no ads soon. I loved that the no ad version wasn't ALL ads and hard to navigate like other games. 👍
  • Just right challenge Jul 9, 2019

    By MBSofHB
    When it comes to strengthening your brain it is very important to hit the “just right challenge”. If games are too difficult, players get frustrated and do not want to come back on a regular basis to continue. If games are too easy there is not really any point to playing them, other than wasting time. The program appears to starts you at a reasonable level of challenge and based on performance continues to give the player harder, the same, or easier activities. This allows for growth and improvement at a pace that allows the player to feel successful. I highly recommend Left vs. Right! My only problem is when I let the day slip away without doing it, then my “consecutive days of training” goes back to zero. But that is a matter of my time management and setting priorities, not a fault with the game. Try it for a few days and see how much you improve in a short time.
  • Sep 26, 2019

    By A Google user
    Unfortunately, if you play the free version long enough, listening to the ads to unlock the full training options, eventually it simply refuses to connect to those videos. I was considering buying it (I reject subscription models), but hadn't explored all the games and made up my mind yet. I've just installed it on a new device(#4) , and if I can finish looking it over before that nonsense starts up again, still may.
  • Not just another mind-numbing app - but pricey! Oct 15, 2021

    By J.L. Farnsworth
    I enjoy apps that keep my brain active and stimulated, and me busy when I want to pass the time. This app does just that. So far, this app is entertaining, and also gives my brain a bit of a workout. It’s not just another mind-numbing app. Of course, I enjoy those, too, but with a brain injury, I like to find things that fight the damage, that may stimulate new pathways, and help my focus and memory. It’s also an app my kids can play, which is always a bonus. On the downside, it only lets you play three games on the free edition before it shuts you down for the day. It says that you can watch a video to unlock another game, but so far that doesn’t seem to work. So I’m not sure you actually can. I may give the free trial a go to see if it’s actually worth paying the (IMO) steep price. I usually don’t spend that kind of money on an app, not when there are so many free to less-expensive ones out there. So, I also will keep looking at other apps. I wouldn’t mind unlocking everything for a low price, but $40 a year is a bit pricey to me. I’d rather spend my money elsewhere. I deducted one star for the price, and one for the fact I can’t get the video to work, so I can only play three games a day, which isn’t much. If it weren’t for that and I could play more, I would have given it 5 stars.
  • Feb 25, 2019

    By A Google user
    I like the games and the system. However, the application does not save my streak progress and sometimes even my game progress. The only point of this for me is to track everything; otherwise I could have just found similar flash games and played those instead of paying $10 for a lifetime membership. For example, I got to level 8 on the Neighborhood Watch game and it now says I'm still on level 1 and shows no stats on it.
  • Amazing! Dec 26, 2019

    By 23.rachel@26Ilovecats
    I have focusing problems that I go to the doctor for and this I have recommended to them to start using on other kids. I love this game and it really helps with focusing issues. I do have my eyes hurt a bit after playing but that is because they are working hard. I have found a few kinks but that will not take my five-star rating off of this great game. I had started looking for games to help my kids get better at this stuff but all the good ones cost money every week! When I saw this one I knew I might have found a hit. Well, seeing here about a month later, I was just right. This app I recommend to millions of parents and hope their kids find the never ending happiness and challenge that has come to me and my kids!😄
  • Oct 31, 2018

    By A Google user
    I think it's a great work in progress. Could use better visuals / and higher definition graphics as it feels its an app made for a smartphone from 2012. Could also use much less ads. I feel as though itd be much easier to make a premium version than to run ads all the time, suddenly, with no way to close out of them to all users. It can be very annoying. On the bright side, I definitely feel as though it picked at my brain and the games were simple yet you can see how they would correlate to day to day things and feel the works of muscle / neurological memory and reflexes.
  • Truly a 3.5 out of 5 Sep 13, 2020

    By Starla-Johanna
    This is an awesome app for cognitive strengthening that has a wide variety of games, many of which are unique to this Left vs Right app alone. In that aspect, I would rate Left vs Right a 5/5. The most frustrating element to actually utilizing the many challenging and fun brain exercise and game options, is the fact that you are given a mere 3 game challenges per day for training exercises and each game allows for only one round of play. Unless, of course you would like to purchase more than the measly 10coins each player starts off with to replay a game or use coins to play a different game. Honestly, if it wasn’t for the wide variety of different games this app offers ... (eventually over many days) I would have Deleted it the moment that horribly petty, yet albeit cunningly clever money making scheme was abundantly clear.
  • Apr 4, 2020

    By A Google user
    Phenomenal game. Any Age. The past month I have been enjoying in the different types of mini games and the ability to continue the challenge with an ad. This game is to maintain or even improve your intelligence quotient for their mini scenarios. For example: Mini game: neighborhood watch Is a series of individuals moving from point to point. At first you memorize the paths knowing the individual's start and end points, later it gets more difficult and you would have to simplify their paths.
  • Few small errors with some games but overall just what I needed Apr 7, 2021

    By 🙃 S M I L E 🙂
    Hello! This App was just what I needed when I read the reviews and description. I downloaded it and selected what i wanted to work on. I just started yesterday and already loving it. But some games either have errors or I’m just to blind to see it. For example, I was on the little precision game with the exits. It was really hard to tell who is closer. It was like this for example: 🙂 EXIT 🙃 It made it too confusing along with the same problem with a few other mini games. Other than that, if you have a hard time focusing, patience, precision, and more, this is an excellent game to work on that.
  • Mar 11, 2021

    By Laura Slowinski
    While on my search to find something easy enough for my friend who has early onset of dementia and hard enough for me to play along with her, I think I found it here. I like the different games and categories they use as well as go at your own pace. The graphics are colorful, big enough to see on my screen and I like that a lot of the games have circles too. Bubliness. I will probably upgrade to no ads soon. I loved that the no ad version wasn't ALL ads and hard to navigate like other games. 👍
  • Jan 30, 2020

    By A Google user
    DO NOT PAY!! The app doesn't accurately keep the scores. The data gets lost. There isn't really much of a point if you can't keep track of your progress. There also is no description of what the percentage means and each week it zeroes out. It has an area to keep track of each game so you can see how you improve each time you play each game, but it doesn't work. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling. It worked until I paid to open all areas. What a waste. It has potential if it worked.
  • Its all about speed;accuracy gets you nothing Nov 4, 2020

    By Rasputins girl
    I played this game every day for several months. Like all of these brain apps, it can take time to understand how to score high. The games get more difficult as you score higher, but at some point the ugly truth becomes apparent. You can get every answer correct and score lower than you did in previous days. Its clear that the scores on all of these games depend more on speed than on accuracy. They give you charts of all of your scores, making this bias abundantly clear. If speed is the only way to score high, is that really a good measure of brain function?
  • Too easy Jan 23, 2020

    By j3romino
    Paid for the VIP option (only $10 to avoid ads) and was able to get >95% overall percentile in less than a day, and 99% in 5 of the 6 categories. A lot of the games are quite simple and don’t progress much in difficulty. The hard ones (for me anyway) are the memorization (aka “patience”) games, but the rest are so relatively basic it’s kind of pointless to call them brain enhancers. Save your money (and your time).

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  • Just right challenge Jul 9, 2019

    By MBSofHB
    When it comes to strengthening your brain it is very important to hit the “just right challenge”. If games are too difficult, players get frustrated and do not want to come back on a regular basis to continue. If games are too easy there is not really any point to playing them, other than wasting time. The program appears to starts you at a reasonable level of challenge and based on performance continues to give the player harder, the same, or easier activities. This allows for growth and improvement at a pace that allows the player to feel successful. I highly recommend Left vs. Right! My only problem is when I let the day slip away without doing it, then my “consecutive days of training” goes back to zero. But that is a matter of my time management and setting priorities, not a fault with the game. Try it for a few days and see how much you improve in a short time.
  • Amazing! Dec 26, 2019

    By 23.rachel@26Ilovecats
    I have focusing problems that I go to the doctor for and this I have recommended to them to start using on other kids. I love this game and it really helps with focusing issues. I do have my eyes hurt a bit after playing but that is because they are working hard. I have found a few kinks but that will not take my five-star rating off of this great game. I had started looking for games to help my kids get better at this stuff but all the good ones cost money every week! When I saw this one I knew I might have found a hit. Well, seeing here about a month later, I was just right. This app I recommend to millions of parents and hope their kids find the never ending happiness and challenge that has come to me and my kids!😄
  • Apr 4, 2020

    By A Google user
    Phenomenal game. Any Age. The past month I have been enjoying in the different types of mini games and the ability to continue the challenge with an ad. This game is to maintain or even improve your intelligence quotient for their mini scenarios. For example: Mini game: neighborhood watch Is a series of individuals moving from point to point. At first you memorize the paths knowing the individual's start and end points, later it gets more difficult and you would have to simplify their paths.
  • Few small errors with some games but overall just what I needed Apr 7, 2021

    By 🙃 S M I L E 🙂
    Hello! This App was just what I needed when I read the reviews and description. I downloaded it and selected what i wanted to work on. I just started yesterday and already loving it. But some games either have errors or I’m just to blind to see it. For example, I was on the little precision game with the exits. It was really hard to tell who is closer. It was like this for example: 🙂 EXIT 🙃 It made it too confusing along with the same problem with a few other mini games. Other than that, if you have a hard time focusing, patience, precision, and more, this is an excellent game to work on that.
  • Mar 11, 2021

    By Laura Slowinski
    While on my search to find something easy enough for my friend who has early onset of dementia and hard enough for me to play along with her, I think I found it here. I like the different games and categories they use as well as go at your own pace. The graphics are colorful, big enough to see on my screen and I like that a lot of the games have circles too. Bubliness. I will probably upgrade to no ads soon. I loved that the no ad version wasn't ALL ads and hard to navigate like other games. 👍
  • May 15, 2020

    By Shelly E
    I really like how (in the very beginning) it has you choose from 3 different options that are within each category, so our training is actually "tailored" to each individual. Stuff like that is typically RARE/unheard of, when the app/game was FREE! Just for the record, I wanted to mention that rating apps is NOT something that I do... And I especially don't post reviews, either... But I want to give credit where credit is due-good job & thanks for not robbing us blind!
  • Just what I was looking for. Love it. Oct 16, 2017

    By Great Grandma 3 Times
    I've used it for about a year & truly enjoy it. I'm 68 & Alzheimer's run in family so is a great fear. This will help keep my mind sharp. Each level is more difficult making me think more. Highly recommend it to everyone. Fun & gratifying. Support group is very good at helping you if you have a problem with the program. I've had a couple of problems that were resolved quickly. My husbands & I both have an account & faithfully do our challenges each day. New challenges are added as you grow in your skill. I tell everyone that they should be playing Left vs Right. I also encourage them to pay for the lifetime version.
  • Nov 21, 2020

    By Eric N Frankel
    I had brain surgery several years ago that left me with cognitive deficits. I found Luminosity online and while it's challenging, I don't much care for their "scoring". I have been looking for an app that I can use while waiting for an appointment, and this is it. I can now pass the time working on my brain rather than with mind numbing games like solitaire.
  • Feb 14, 2019

    By A Google user
    i really enjoy the challenges this app has to offer. Some are easy, some are not and that's based on your strengths and weaknesses. im hoping to improve both with this app. i like that i can access all the challenges by watching an ad. the instructions are easy to follow. the controls are so very easy, it's mainly tap and go. Everyday it's a different set of challenges that make you think as you act.
  • Pretty good Sep 14, 2020

    By Rockin'Sparrow
    This app is exceptional in more ways than one. I enjoy playing, and, even though I have only had it for a few days, I have already improved. I do wish, however, that they would get rid of the vip membership. Not only is it overpriced, but annoying that over half of the app is restricted from use. I understand having a vip option that unlocks special things, but not half of the games and stats. In conclusion, its a good app, but has a few sticking points. This would have been a five star review if the vip membership concept was fixed, and maybe in the future I will change it.
  • Sep 26, 2019

    By A Google user
    Unfortunately, if you play the free version long enough, listening to the ads to unlock the full training options, eventually it simply refuses to connect to those videos. I was considering buying it (I reject subscription models), but hadn't explored all the games and made up my mind yet. I've just installed it on a new device(#4) , and if I can finish looking it over before that nonsense starts up again, still may.
  • Great app! Have suggestions. Nov 12, 2020

    By K Christeson
    I love this app. I struggle daily with “word finding” almost every sentence I speak I forget one word or another, or it takes me longer than it should to move to the next word. After only 10 days using this app I am noticing improvements in how quickly I am able to get my mind to come up with the word I’m looking for as well as decreasing the amount of times I forget words all together. Could there please be an addition of dates added to the bar graph scores? I know it shows progress but seeing dates would be very helpful in figuring out which games I played today. Alternatively (or additionally) sorting the scores into the ones I played today, the highest scoring, lowest scoring etc would be beneficial in my opinion.
  • Great brain games! Mar 19, 2019

    By LLJ292019
    I’m currently doing some type of trial I'm thinking right now and so far I’m liking the different games that I’ve played. It’s a little past 6:00 AM right now and I’m running on 3.5 hours of sleep or less and the games are helping me become more alert. I've been a luminosity user for the longest and so far that company has been my go to for mobile brain games. I've tried a few other but I was still content with them. But I can honestly say that this company has some great games as well. That can challenge your mind and improve you mental just like lumosity has done for me. I've been using their service for years and it help. I’m going to continue to experiment with this company to see what the games on here does for me. 👌🏾🙌🏾
  • Going to try Apr 5, 2018

    By @stankypack
    I am 22 years old from Las Vegas . I was a state employee working freeway construction when I got hit by a drunk driver while I was on foot and I suffered a traumatic brain injury. This is a very life changing experience as all of my basic cognitive abilities were pretty much destroyed, i have to repair my brain with an intensive therapy center here called CNS. This happened to me on Dec 19,2017 and I have recovered very well but I still have a few things to work on such as memory , speech and word usage. It’s a long process but I’m going to give this a shot as well to recover as best as I can . Will give an update review when I’m discharged from here
  • Highly Recommended! Sep 1, 2019

    By Reviews with Ronald
    I really like this game! Every day you get a daily workout, just a gentle one. I like that it is a bit hard on your brain, but not too hard. I also think it was a good idea to make it where even if you’re daily workout is over, you can still play some games and train your brain. One thing I’m not really fond of though, is that you can’t train in all 6 categories at once unless your VIP. I know you don’t need to access them all at once, but I would kind of like to. Besides that, I really like this game. It really does help train your brain! I highly recommend it.
  • Pretty good Mar 22, 2019

    By ILikeBadLipReadings
    This is a pretty good app. All the games are simple and easy to understand. It’s not too hard on your brain, which I like. It’s only a gentle training, so you don’t have to work really hard. A little every day is better than a whole bunch of things all at once. This app displays that. Only thing though, you need VIP to access all 6 categories at the same time. BUT it’s not like you need VIP for everything. You get to be tested in every category. You just have to wait the next day. Overall, really great. Highly recommend it.
  • Letting the developers know.... Jun 25, 2018

    By parry gripp is great
    So I just got this game but I love it. I watch the brain games show and it is my favorite. One problem is the layout of the game is confusing. When I am trying to play flexibility but I end up in memory. Also I wish you didn’t have to log in to save your progress in this game. Please keep these ideas in mind for the next update, but as I have said before this game is great and I would recommend this app to anyone and everyone looking to play along and challenge their brain.
  • Awesome Apr 5, 2019

    By Local Guide🔆
    I love the face that there are lots of games that have not just one but up to 3 benefits. There are many games even if you don’t have a VIP Membership. That’s another thing even though their are a lot of games for non VIP Member I feel as if you should have access to all games, but other than that this is a very good game to pass by time but it also strengthens your mind. Last, there are lots of ads but they don’t pop up on the screen and it’s an option to see the ad, very smart.
  • Great Brain Games Jan 3, 2019

    By SPA26
    Really great games that challenge the brain to exercise its skills of precision and perception. I also like how the little task games weren’t timed. I expected them to be but when I looked for how much time I had to complete a game, I saw no timer. This way, I was able to take my time and still complete the game in a timely manner while still scoring pretty high. There are great games to complete during your R &R time. Fun and relaxing way to keep the mind sharp in between schooling!
  • Being colorblind a problem with games like this Sep 8, 2017

    By Stszejna
    Keep this in mind developers: some of us are colorblind. This app is useless to me because of that. I can't recognize red on the green background screen. Also the blues and purples look the same to me. Revised: Thank You for changing to the white background screen! This is big help to me. Thanks again! But do I need the constant reminders asking for a review? I was asked several times in my latest training session.
  • Not just another mind-numbing app - but pricey! Oct 15, 2021

    By J.L. Farnsworth
    I enjoy apps that keep my brain active and stimulated, and me busy when I want to pass the time. This app does just that. So far, this app is entertaining, and also gives my brain a bit of a workout. It’s not just another mind-numbing app. Of course, I enjoy those, too, but with a brain injury, I like to find things that fight the damage, that may stimulate new pathways, and help my focus and memory. It’s also an app my kids can play, which is always a bonus. On the downside, it only lets you play three games on the free edition before it shuts you down for the day. It says that you can watch a video to unlock another game, but so far that doesn’t seem to work. So I’m not sure you actually can. I may give the free trial a go to see if it’s actually worth paying the (IMO) steep price. I usually don’t spend that kind of money on an app, not when there are so many free to less-expensive ones out there. So, I also will keep looking at other apps. I wouldn’t mind unlocking everything for a low price, but $40 a year is a bit pricey to me. I’d rather spend my money elsewhere. I deducted one star for the price, and one for the fact I can’t get the video to work, so I can only play three games a day, which isn’t much. If it weren’t for that and I could play more, I would have given it 5 stars.
  • Feb 25, 2019

    By A Google user
    I like the games and the system. However, the application does not save my streak progress and sometimes even my game progress. The only point of this for me is to track everything; otherwise I could have just found similar flash games and played those instead of paying $10 for a lifetime membership. For example, I got to level 8 on the Neighborhood Watch game and it now says I'm still on level 1 and shows no stats on it.
  • Oct 31, 2018

    By A Google user
    I think it's a great work in progress. Could use better visuals / and higher definition graphics as it feels its an app made for a smartphone from 2012. Could also use much less ads. I feel as though itd be much easier to make a premium version than to run ads all the time, suddenly, with no way to close out of them to all users. It can be very annoying. On the bright side, I definitely feel as though it picked at my brain and the games were simple yet you can see how they would correlate to day to day things and feel the works of muscle / neurological memory and reflexes.
  • Truly a 3.5 out of 5 Sep 13, 2020

    By Starla-Johanna
    This is an awesome app for cognitive strengthening that has a wide variety of games, many of which are unique to this Left vs Right app alone. In that aspect, I would rate Left vs Right a 5/5. The most frustrating element to actually utilizing the many challenging and fun brain exercise and game options, is the fact that you are given a mere 3 game challenges per day for training exercises and each game allows for only one round of play. Unless, of course you would like to purchase more than the measly 10coins each player starts off with to replay a game or use coins to play a different game. Honestly, if it wasn’t for the wide variety of different games this app offers ... (eventually over many days) I would have Deleted it the moment that horribly petty, yet albeit cunningly clever money making scheme was abundantly clear.
  • Why why why? Feb 26, 2018

    By J Groeneveld
    I’d have given this game a much higher score, except every time I play it pops up to review after every single game. If it only popped up after every ten games, I could have handled that. If it had a way to say you didn’t want to write a review, I could handle that, but no it popped up every time I completed one of the trainings. That’s only a minute or two between episodes and pop-ups. So annoying. That’s why I’ve finally written a review so it can quit popping up on a game I actually paid for.
  • Its all about speed;accuracy gets you nothing Nov 4, 2020

    By Rasputins girl
    I played this game every day for several months. Like all of these brain apps, it can take time to understand how to score high. The games get more difficult as you score higher, but at some point the ugly truth becomes apparent. You can get every answer correct and score lower than you did in previous days. Its clear that the scores on all of these games depend more on speed than on accuracy. They give you charts of all of your scores, making this bias abundantly clear. If speed is the only way to score high, is that really a good measure of brain function?
  • Too easy Jan 23, 2020

    By j3romino
    Paid for the VIP option (only $10 to avoid ads) and was able to get >95% overall percentile in less than a day, and 99% in 5 of the 6 categories. A lot of the games are quite simple and don’t progress much in difficulty. The hard ones (for me anyway) are the memorization (aka “patience”) games, but the rest are so relatively basic it’s kind of pointless to call them brain enhancers. Save your money (and your time).
  • Jan 30, 2020

    By A Google user
    DO NOT PAY!! The app doesn't accurately keep the scores. The data gets lost. There isn't really much of a point if you can't keep track of your progress. There also is no description of what the percentage means and each week it zeroes out. It has an area to keep track of each game so you can see how you improve each time you play each game, but it doesn't work. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling. It worked until I paid to open all areas. What a waste. It has potential if it worked.

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