Great! I've had this for many months now, but just decided to review. Fun and challenging. F*ck n-back, though! Makes me feel totally inadequate! I like it
Good workouts I think these are good workouts. I only have complaints about one of them: Numberz. My complaint is that hitting the "replay animation" button changes the difficulty of the game; it makes it a LOT easier, because, upon repeat, you already know which person you are going to be asked about. This really annoys me, because it interrupts my training, forcing me back to a significantly less challenging level. I would find Numberz more valuable if, after replaying the animation, it gave a *random* prompt. :)
A great help Last year I started noticing my mind wasn't remembering like it once did. It was scary. First, I took nutrition which helped within three days. Then I began using this game with others. Immediately, I began to notice a difference. What I noticed is after about 6 months of use is my command of life has improved. On another program that competes world wide, I am 26th of the top 200. My life has greatly improved. For me, this covers a broader spectrum to help my brain than the others. Droid Bionic, and Xyboard
Great idea, but... It's a great idea, but the individual that wrote the summary needs to be fired. The grammar, in the summary for this so called "memory game" is horrible and a major deterrent. I found at least five gramatical and spelling errors within the first two paragraphs. I'm not to sure about this "memory game" any longer.
I downloaded this the otger day, and started to play with it during the night and was horrified by the sound, since I didn't want to wake up the household, I shut it off. There should be a way to mute the sound or at the very least, turn it down, and for that reason I don't give it a high rating
Impressed This app has really brought my memory full circle. No one likes forgetting things, and I am always forgetting simple names, movie actors and phone numbers. after trying this app I remember numbers i've only heard about twice. N-back is kind of confusing and I've certainly not mastered it, but overall a really remarkable app!
N-back is a continuous performance task that has been proven in several studies to increase your fluid intelligence. Mentioned in the Wired article "Forget Brain Age: Researchers Develop Software That Makes You Smarter"
One of the most addictive and fun puzzles that will get your brain working daily