The mobile version suffers badly from poor controls. My father had dementia and I can say this game would frustrate him. Turn around is sluggish and cumbersome. The vr version is slightly better.
My Dad had Alzheimer's what a great way to get research! It's something we can all do easily and effortlessly with a great significant benefit towards finding out crucial information about this terrible disease.
It's a great idea, but I have trouble believing that the data that you're getting is really of any use when the controls are so unreliable.
I downloaded because I have that disease in my family, and I would like to contribute to the research at the same time exercise mi memory. Excellent
Pressed a few buttons to figure out what to do at first, but game itself is a good one to get you to focus, plus the added good feeling of helping important research.
The game has a fantastic cause, and the game itself is rather enjoyable. It is entertaining and looks nice while not heating up your phone like others
A massive thank you to the 3m people who have played the game and contributed to the largest dementia study in history.
The app will now only download the full game if you progress past Arctic Rivers, minimising the space used on your device.
Other need to knows:
A new science question
Small compatibility updates and bug fixes
Exploration lite of magic fantasy world, build magic kingdom and craft legends!
Free point and click adventure game. The silent age is on! Escape from the room!