Brain games aim to boost your IQBBC reports on another craze in Japan: brain training games.
"Dr Kawashima's Brain Training comprises a variety of mini-games designed to give brains a workout. Activities include solving simple maths problems, counting people going in and out of a house, drawing pictures on the Nintendo DS touchscreen, and reading classic literature aloud into the device's microphone. Players are given a brain age reflecting their performance. Over time, your brain age should get younger as you achieve better scores."
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