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Memory games to boost your brain…  | February 7, 2022

The problem I had writing this article was that I was having too much fun! I kept on getting detained playing games, but it was worth it. Some I did o.k. on, others I flunked miserably. They’re fun, they’re challenging, and I think you’ll really like them.

Here are just a few examples:

100 Free Brain GamesMemory-Improvement-tips.com

50 of the most popular online games on this website, with a total of 100 free brain games! Puzzles, logic games, and other brain training games. To keep your mind in top shape, play one or two games for 15-minutes a day. http://www.memory-improvement-tips.com/  

BrainBashers

BrainBashers is a collection of brain teasers, puzzles, riddles, games and optical illusions. There are thousands of puzzles and brain teasers, and with new material added every single day, including games and optical illusions. There’s even Daily Sudoku and Daily Killer Sudoku! http://www.brainbashers.com/

Braingle

With over 15,000 brain teasers, riddles, logic problems and mind puzzles submitted and ranked by users like you, Braingle has the largest collection anywhere on the internet. If you want a brain teaser, mind puzzle or riddle, they’re the place to get it. And the bonus is you’ll  increase your creativity and boost your learning. With over 15,000 brain teasers, riddles, logic problems and mind puzzles submitted and ranked by users like you, Braingle has the largest collection anywhere on the internet. If you want a brain teaser, mind puzzle or riddle, they’re the place to get it. And the bonus is you’ll  increase your creativity and boost your learning. https://www.braingle.com/brainteasers/

BrainGymmer

Brain games and brain exercises targeted at specific brain functions such as memory, attention, logic, processing speed and visual perception. They’re all backed by extensive neuroscience. Besides that, they’re fun to play too. Just spend 10 minutes a day to play brain games and do brain workouts, and you will rapidly see the results. http://braingymmer.com/

Lumosity

Lumosity subscribers have access to over 35+ brain games and exercises. Based on extensive research, our games enhance the brain’s ability to remember details, solve problems, pay attention, multitask — and much, much more. Each game trains a different skill such as memory, concentration, or mental speed. http://www.lumosity.com/

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6 Comments »

  1. Reblogged this on Disablities & Mental Health Issues.

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    Comment by Kenneth — February 7, 2022 @ 11:44 AM

  2. I’ll second that!😄

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    Comment by Kenneth — February 7, 2022 @ 11:45 AM

    • That meant to be a thumbs up not a down… Sorry.

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      Comment by Taima — February 8, 2022 @ 12:20 AM

      • Taima, The thumps are positioned too close to each other, I had been inadvertently pressing the wrong button for some time now.
        Therefore, you are NOT alone.
        I wonder if breaking apart & separating the thumbs further away from each other into the left & right end of the post could help avoid the inadvertent mistake?
        Gerrie

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        Comment by Gerrie — February 8, 2022 @ 4:39 PM

      • No problem, it’s just a fluke of the format.

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        Comment by Phylis Feiner Johnson — February 8, 2022 @ 7:29 PM

  3. Any mechanism that could stimulate the mind & upgrade the memory is certainly relief from anxiety & frustration of memory lose.
    Tricking the mind into recharging the memory seems a pleasant way to prevent & cure memory lose.
    Thank you for sharing the invaluable information.
    Gerrie

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by Gerrie — February 8, 2022 @ 5:13 PM


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