Tag Archive: brain


Hexologic review: A hexagon-based logic game that will twist your brain

Most of the times we play a game on our Android device, so we can relax and take our mind off things. Simple games like Cooking Madness or Candy Crush are a great way to tune out the daily noise, but what if you’re looking for something more challenging? Something that truly puts your mind at work?

Well, today we’re taking a look at Hexologic, a game that will challenge you to think differently, imagine and solve ever-changing problems that  [Read More…]

Livall BH60 Helmet Review: Smarts for my brain bucket

I didn’t know I needed a smart bike helmet, but now I won’t ride without it.

I’m a relatively new cyclist, averaging 100 miles per week, and just starting to figure out how I want to equip my bike for longer rides. In my area, riding more than 40 miles in a day means I’m going to spend some time on open roads. I don’t know if you know this, but people in cars aren’t always super  [Read More…]

Put your brain to the test! Seven of the best logic games for Android

Games that are based on riddles and puzzles have been around for centuries and are a way to keep the mind in shape. Whether it’s to focus at work, do better in school, or simply stay sharp, there are various reasons for wanting to boost your brainpower.

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Eight Android trivia apps for when your brain needs a workout

Have a spare moment or you simply want to have some fun? Test your knowledge and learn new facts by playing a quick game of trivia using these apps.

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B!Sides Brain Challenge: The lost Tetris b-side (review)

THE BASICS If Tetris and Sudoku spent one wild and crazy night together “punching numbers,” then surely B!Side Brain Challenge is the fruit of their passions. The goal is to arrange blocks of positive and negative numbers inside of a 5×5 grid into horizontal or vertical groups that have a combined sum of 0. As time passes, more numbers will appear on

Tap my Twin: Keep your brain trained [Review]

Overview Time to train your brain. That’s right, keep yourself sharp with Tap my Twin by matching colors and shapes and beat your high score in this fast paced game. Developer: DAE Studios Cost: Free (In-app purchase to remove ads for $ 2.24) Game Play Tap my Twin is easy to understand yet deceivingly hard game

Puxers – The fun brain game [Review]

Overview

At risk of sounding utterly cliche, Puxers is a game that’s easy to pick up, but hard to master. You flick numbered pucks around an arena, colliding like-numbered pucks with one another. When these pucks collide, they transform into the sum of those numbers. You may have no more than 12 pucks on the board at a time – any more, and you lose.

Developer: Rokitt Dynamix TM

Price: Free (Ad-Supported; Individual Undos: $ 0.99)

Highlights:

Collide like-numbered  [Read More…]

Five brain teasing puzzle games to give a shot

When it comes to the universe of games available on the Google Play Store there is something out there for everyone. If you’re the type who is always looking for a new game to try out, and you love puzzles, then these are the games for you. These games are fun, addictive, and on occasion trickier than they need to be.

There are hundreds of games out there to try, but these are the five puzzle apps  [Read More…]

Train your brain on Android Wear with Memory Feud

For a while now games built for Android Wear have been popping up on the Google Play Store. Now on top of a fun and simple game, you can hone your memory skills;. Memory Feud is a word game that’s fun and easy to play.

We’ve got the details for you here.

Memory Feud is a pretty simple premise. See the word you are supposed to spell at the bottom of the screen and  [Read More…]

Exercise your gray matter with Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles (app review)

As I previously mentioned in my review of the app Sum, our brains need to periodically be worked out. The Alzheimer’s Association says:

Mental decline as you age appears to be largely due to altered connections among brain cells. But research has found that keeping the brain active seems to increase its vitality and may build its reserves of brain cells and connections. You could even generate new brain cells.

Brain It On! takes a different approach from Sum, which  [Read More…]