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[Google Play] Mind Games Pro is FREE [save $3.69]

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Mind Games Pro is FREE [save $3.69]

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Mind Games Pro is FREE at the moment.

Publisher said: Exercise Your Brain! This is the unlimited, ad-free, version of the hit brain training app. Mind Games is a great collection of games based in part on principles derived from cognitive tasks to help you practice different mental skills.

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Exercise Your Brain! This is the unlimited, ad-free, version of the hit brain training app. Mind Games is a great collection of games based in part on principles derived from cognitive tasks to help you practice different mental skills. This app includes all of Mindware’s brain exercising games. All games include your score history and graphs of your progress. The main app shows a summary of your best games and today’s scores on all games. Using some principles of standardized testing, your scores are also converted to a comparison scale so that you can see where you need work and excel. The Training Center selects games for you to play in order to maximize your progress and enjoyment.

Mind Games incorporates Mindfulness exercises. Previous research has shown that Mindfulness may provide improvements in focus, working memory, and mental flexibility for some. Research indicates that there may also be emotional benefits of Mindfulness. The app provides instruction on how to use Mindfulness during game play and in your life. Other activities are recommended that previous research suggests may help cognition for some (such as aerobic exercise). You may also learn new memory strategies. No scientific research has yet been conducted to determine if the app’s particular implementation of Mindfulness and brain training games has cognitive benefits. At a minimum you can have fun challenging your mind with our games, learning a new meditation practice, learning about strategies that may enhance your retention of information, and gaining knowledge in the knowledge-based activities.

Languages available: English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Russian, Japanese.
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I have this and it's quite good at documenting my mental deficiencies. Seriously. I score highly in areas that i know are strengths and poorly in ones I know are my weaknesses. At least now I know HOW weak I am and my progress over time. Having said that, I've always meant to do a round sober, then drunk. Still must try that...
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free is good !!!
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Thanks OP. Will be handy during commute or layovers...
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Thanks OP.....my brain needs a reset after the Christmas shopping season :-)
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mc_molineux wrote: Any privacy issues here?
That's my first thought as well.. Why free? What's the catch?
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Thanks OP....I'm going to give my mental skills a little work-out Winking Face
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I sent an email about this free offer to my ex. Wonder if she will get the subliminal message.
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toronto_slim wrote: I have this and it's quite good at documenting my mental deficiencies. Seriously. I score highly in areas that i know are strengths and poorly in ones I know are my weaknesses. At least now I know HOW weak I am and my progress over time. Having said that, I've always meant to do a round sober, then drunk. Still must try that...
Good to know it works!! Thanks for input!
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mc_molineux wrote: Any privacy issues here?
Why don't you take a look? It's 2 clicks away.

I will say: "No, not at all" but do your own check-up. Always.
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Apparently I already had it, but thanks for posting! :)
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Tubby wrote: That's my first thought as well.. Why free? What's the catch?
Legit questions.

No catch here: Developers offer apps free of charge all the time. Usually just when they launch the app, or later, when they need some bust for their ranking. That's because Google Play props-up apps with more installs [and - hopefully - beter reviews.]

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