Videogames publisher 505 Games introduces two innovative family 'brain training' titles that are both beneficial for the brain and extremely fun to play.
London, 9th October 2006 â€“ Whether you are a worried parent, concerned that your kids need more cranial exercise, or a son or daughter concerned that your own parentsâ€™ synapses need sharpening, videogame publisher 505 Games and â€˜The Professorâ€™ have the answer!
The Professorâ€™s Brain Trainer: Logic and The Professorâ€™s Brain Trainer: Memory, for the Nintendo DS console, provide players of all ages with everything they need for a full course of stimulation, learning and brain training. The two titles have been developed in conjunction with renowned brain and neurology professor, Dr. Makoto Shichida, professor at the University of Newport. They test, train and improve the playerâ€™s brain functions in a series of fun challenges and problems using the dual screens and touch screen functionality of the Nintendo DS console.
The Professorâ€™s Brain Trainer: Logic focuses on logic problems, mathematical ability and concentration, while The Professorâ€™s Brain Trainer: Memory aims to enhance the playerâ€™s memory and visual association, as well as concentration. Both versions train playersâ€™ brains and sharpen their skills by featuring fun challenges spread over five distinct difficulty levels and themes. Taken together, the games represent a genuinely fun way to learn and enhance brain ability, no matter how old the player.
The Professorâ€™s Brain Trainer: Logic and The Professorâ€™s Brain Trainer: Memory are scheduled for a Winter release in the UK at full price, from publisher 505 Games.