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- Product InformationNintendo's brain-building franchise returns for a second round of mental gymnastics in Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day. Like it's predecessor, Brain Age 2 is inspired by the work of Japanese neuroscientist Dr. Ryuta Kawashima and it features a series of quick math and reading activities designed to "increase blood flow to the prefrontal cortex." Players take part in a series of tests that determine one's "brain age," often taking advantage of the DS's unique abilities by writing with the stylus or speaking into the microphone. The ultimate goal, after weeks of training, is to lower one's brain age to 20.
Identical to the original Brain Age in both function and presentation, the sequel offers 17 new activities like playing simple piano tunes on the touch screen, deciphering multiple words spoken simultaneously, and solving a variety of sudoku puzzles. Players can try to beef up their brainpower alone, or they can challenge up to 15 friends in a mathematical mini-game designed to test wits.
- GameBrain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day
- PlatformNintendo DS
- ESRB RatingE - Everyone
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1-16
- Release Year2007
- Game Special Features
- Train your brain to become younger over time
- Includes both stylus and touch screen support for writing and reading
- Solve math problems and logic puzzles as quickly as possible to receive high scores
- Four save files each store a year's worth of data
- Wireless support for up to 16 players
- Train your brain to become younger over time
- Game SeriesBrain Age Series
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- donnasharlonMar 20, 2014by
Better than Brain Age 1
I ordered this one first and liked it so well, I decided to order the first one. Didn't like it nearly as well. For my age (retirement), these are fun to do and easy to learn. The Virus Buster is a relaxing game you can play over and over at three different levels. Also, the training games come in easy or hard levels. Get Brain Age 2 for the most fun!!
- cassiashopper99...Mar 11, 2010by
Easy to use... fun and better than the 1st!
I bought the Brain Age 2 almost 2 months ago, and i do like it... i like how it is able to be used for left or right handed people, i am left handed so i like that feature in particular b/c not many games do that. I like how it is precise in what it wants you to do in each game. I also like how it graphs your progress and shows how you are improving each day! I DISLIKE how you have to have a certain amount of stamps to unlock the next game! But the games I have played are fun. They are entertaining and do help improve MY brain i do believe! So overall if you want a game thats fun, easy to use, and helps make your brain smarter this is THE game to get!!
- 796513369@delet...Mar 01, 2010by
Brain Age 2: Very fun, slightly frustrating
I love cerebral puzzle games. My best friends loves cerebral puzzle games. We love Brain Age for its creative ways of making you use your brain. The directions before each game are very clear and make for easy gameplay. However, the games that utilize the microphone seem to fall short a bit. I'm unsure if it has to do with the microphone on the DS Lite (mine is brand new, though!) or the game, but it never seems to understand me when I say "scissors" in the Rock, Paper, Scissors game. It's a little frustrating, but doesn't detract too much from the rest of the game. Overall, very worth it!
- bugaboo1984Apr 05, 2009by
Super Helpful Game
It gets you thinking and gets your mind active. If you keep at it you really do get sharper and the game gets more interesting as you unlock more stuff. I like the various fetures of the game that make it both easy and fun to use and allow you to stay challenged. It is also cool that it keeps a record of your scores and days you have played. It allows you to keep track of your progress and improvement. It is also really cool that it has one or two actual "game" games to play to keep you relaxed. The brain twisters are both fun and challenging. Some are hard but others are easy depending on your strong points. Over all it is a pretty interesting game that you can play for a few minutes or for as long as you want. I bought it to sharpen my mind and I am happy to say that it has done just that. It is a good game so if you want it and have the money you may very well find yourself pleased with it as well. Read full review
- the*katy*worksh...Jul 04, 2011by
Anyone over the age of 40 should be doing this game a few times a week!
This is one of my favorite DS games. I know a lot of people don't like it at all. Well, those honestly are probably people who cannot spell! You DO have to be able to spell to play these games well. I love that it helps keep my brain in shape with the short exercises. it is surprising how much you forget when you've been out of school for a long time. The piano part is so much fun - it's a great mental break! Wish we could create our own tunes too, but maybe in Brain Age 3?! I also learned how to properly do Sudoku from this game. I always struggled, despite the simple concept. This game helped clarify the process. The only game I really don't like is the mind sprint - it just goes too fast for me, but plenty of folks will like that too. Can't recommend it highly enough.
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