Launched by VIPS International Ltd, Brain Boards for iPhone offers users a fun and challenging memory game that will test and improve short term memory retention capacity and brain co-ordination skills. Based on the scientific principle that the human brain can be trained for improved multitasking, better use of subconscious thinking and improved overall efficiency, Brain Boards challenges users with an increasingly difficult memory puzzle game that is easy-to-play and provides a brain workout and improved performance.
Suitable for users of all ages, including children, the rules of Brain Board are simple; numbers appear for a few seconds on a game board of 25 squares and players must remember the locations of these numbers in order to tap the squares in ascending numerical order once the board has been cleared. Despite sounding simple, this is a complex test of memory and co-ordination that will test all users regardless of their IQ and current brain performance levels.
Offering a variety of difficulties, from Easy (sequences of 4 numbers) to Expert (sequences of 9 numbers) each selection contains 6 increasingly frantic levels and 4 rounds for each level - in total an increasingly difficult 144 rounds of challenging memory tests. The best Memory Score for each level is automatically saved allowing comparison with previous performance as well as competition against friends.
"Brain Boards has been specifically designed as a brain workout that can be used by players of all ages and skill levels." commented Vipin Selvaraj of VIPS International Ltd. "We believe that Brain Boards is the best memory game ever created and used regularly will improve brain performance, short term memory retention and subconscious efficiency."
Brain Boards, the best memory game for all ages that allows you to play, enjoy and rate your memory, is available now in the App Store for iOS devices.
Brain Boards 1.1 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
via PR Mac