Mightier

Mightier uses the power of video games to help kids 6-14 build emotional strength and resilience. Mightier helps kids who have a tough time with tantrums, feelings of frustration, anxiety, or even a diagnosis like ADHD learn to manage their emotions.

Kids wear a heart rate monitor while they play that controls the difficulty in the game. As their heart rates go up, the game gets harder to play.
Through the program, kids learn skills to bring their heart rate down and earn rewards in the games. Over time, kids can draw on those skills in life outside the game.

The app includes access to all Mightier games, an online hub for parents to access a dashboard of the child's progress, ongoing one-on-one support from licensed clinicians, and tools and information to help parents navigate their parenting journey.
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What's New

Mightier's newest game: Train Conductor World

Build the tracks, manage movement and watch your rail network grow. You'll need nerves of steel and snappy strategy to keep the chaos under control. Be on high-alert for explosive crashes, near-misses and split second situations. Your trains will be barreling across the canals of Amsterdam, zooming around the Arc De Triomphe in Paris and navigating the perilous peak of the Matterhorn. It all counts when growing the biggest railway in the world!
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Additional Information

Updated
September 30, 2018
Size
20M
Installs
500+
Current Version
1.1.02
Requires Android
5.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Mightier
Developer
200 Portland St, Boston MA 02114
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