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Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training (Nintendo Switch) key
The original Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! was released on the Nintendo DS platform – first for the Japanese audiences in 2005 and then globally in 2006. Buy Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training Switch key to play a Nintendo Switch iteration of the massively successful puzzle game that manages to win the hearts of people who usually don’t even consider themselves as gamers!
Learn the age of your brain
The main idea behind this game has its roots in the works of Japanese neuroscientist Ryuta Kawashima, after whom this game is named. Just like its predecessor, Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training can be viewed as a means to determine the true brain age and cognitive capacities of the player. Buy Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training Switch key to find out in which category your brain fits! You might be pleasantly surprised by the results or if not – this game will serve as a means to train your brain and make it operate in higher efficiency.
Wide selection of minigames
Once again, the game is best described as a collection of intellectually stimulating challenges or puzzles. These minigames serve both as a means of entertainment and as a form of mental exercise. It all starts easy but the further you go, naturally, the harder it gets. Buy Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training Switch key, complete challenges, be rewarded with stamps and use them to unlock more minigames! Prepare for photographic memory exercises, algebra, Sudoku, and a multitude of other similar puzzles.
Joy-Con based challenges
Some of the most interesting challenges in Buy Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training are those which involve the infrared camera located on the right Joy-Con of Nintendo Switch. The sensor will scan your hand movements and this will allow you to play through a set of minigames that are aimed at challenging your reflexes. One you buy Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training Switch key, you’ll be able to play the classic “rock, paper, scissors” or solve the answers of the multiplication table through finger counting. Train, improve and compare your results with friends!
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January 3, 2020