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More Brain Training: Dr Kawashima's How Old Is Your Brain

Released on 29 June 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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More Brain Training: Dr. Kawashima's How Old Is Your Brain? features fun new training exercises including Correct Change which challenges you on an everyday day task- to work out the right amount of money to hand back after a transaction as quickly as possible, Missing Symbols, a twist on the classic "20 calculations" test, and Masterpiece Recital which invites you to follow a music sheet shown on one screen and touch the corresponding piano keys on the touch screen. As your daily training continues, additional new exercises are unlocked.

The DS Brain Age Checks take on a new form in this title as you're tested on three randomly selected exercises including old school classic Rock, Paper, Scissors which asks you to name the position to either win or lose against the object shown, Memorising 5x5 which sees you remembering the position of numbers on screen and Speedy Symbols which challenges your memory of symbols associated with specific numbers.

With More Brain Training you can also play with your family and friends. Using a single game card, two to sixteen players can participate in four different exercises together. Three to sixteen players can also compete in a picture quiz to test each others artistic skills, where players score the other drawings to find a winner.
  • All exercises are based on easy-to-execute mathematical, cognitive and language-based tasks. In one activity, users play Rock, Paper, Scissors, but the catch is that sometimes users are asked to find the losing match instead of the winning one. Memorising 5x5 asks users to simply remember the position of numbers on a grid. Correct Change challenges users to work out the right amount of money to hand back after a transaction as quickly as possible.
  • Reinvigorate your brain through various exercises approved by Dr Kawashima.
  • Chart your progress over time see your daily improvements and lower your brain age.
  • Discover 10 entirely new daily training exercises.
  • Send a demo version to your friends via wireless downloads.
  • Making a welcome return to this new title is the popular numbers game, Sudoku. Featuring three difficulty levels, there are more than 100 challenges!
  • With More Brain Training: Dr Kawashima's How Old Is Your Brain?, users can also play with their family and friends. Using a single Game Card, 2 to 16 players can participate in four different exercises together.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (72 reviews)

 Excellent game for all the family

| | See all hustie's reviews (1)

As a parent I was very sceptical about letting my children play on a handheld computer. This game has brought an enjoyment to the DS that has meant that parents and children can jointly participate, compete, laugh and enjoy what otherwise would have been a divisive machine. Excellent.

 fun and addictive!

| | See all krissytricky's reviews (34)

This is really addictive game and a must have! I'm not so great at the maths games but I'm improving on them everday which makes me happy and more confident!
the layout is exactly the same to brain training but just different puzzles. I don't have the first one but i want it aswell just for the different puzzles.
my only problem with the game is rock,paper,scissors it doesn't recognise my voice and i get very frustrated with it!

 Briliant and addictive

| | See all QualityEve64's reviews (4)

I enjoyed the first brain training so much i thought nothing could beat it,how wrong was i! this is even better than the first, absolutely brill, i cant put it down once i start.

 Fantastic Sequel!

| | See all Mandanarchi's reviews (6)

I will admit that the voice recognition can be a little choppy, but it does say in the Manual that women and children may experience this, and does give the suggestion of "lowering your voice slightly" to compensate. And I've found that it does help quite a lot. The games are interesting and tricky, and I was shocked to have a brain age of 36 on my first try, I'm only 20! After only 3 days training it is now down to 26.

If you want to improve your memory, concentration and your brain in general, get a Nintendo DS and nab this game!!

BOTE: There are one or two games where good spelling is a great help. So obviously if you're a pure text talker, this may be a little difficult at first. But there's nothing like practise :)

 Improvement on the first

| | See all darusso's reviews (7)

More brain training is better than the first in the sense that theres more fun puzzles and better multiplayer modes, up to 16 players! Overall another good game thar could be a reason to get a DS.

Rating3+ (PEGI)