Have you tried these memory games yet?
Developed in partnership with The University of Auckland, each game has been designed to build and strengthen memory skills you need.
And they are fun to do!
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Cross the Bridge helps with concentration and short-term memory.
Shopping Spree challenges your short-term memory and working memory.
Wild West Hunt helps practice face recognition and trains you to notice details.
Just trying to play these games will exercise the six key memory skills.
(The ones everyone over 40 needs to have to have strong and agile brain connections.)
They support your independence and confidence
You’ll FEEL your brain working.
I was really excited when I came across your website. What a dream come true, if we could really strengthen our brain and use games such as this to help our children increase their brain power.
Hello Deb and thank you for your message. We are thrilled with how popular the games are and we are definitely looking into the next step which is giving them a format that will play on iPads. They will definitely play on a desktop though ….
These are fantastic games for children as well as grandparents!
I have tried to play the games on my PC and they open now. Thank you.
The games have been updated with grateful thanks to the donors from our Brainfit Community who funded this and the generosity of Melanie Langlotz of GEO A.R. Games who developed the games in this format as a community service. Melanie guided two young developers in making these games available for everyone, no matter the device you are using. We are so very delighted to be able to make them available to you free of charge.
If you are playing a game for the first time, you will see a screen saying CONSTRUCT for a few seconds. this is loading the game on to your device. Then you will be able to play it over and over again.
Good luck with these.
Try Cross the Bridge first. It is excellent for concentration and focus as well as short-term memory.
Hi there… thank you for the wonderful games available on this website. I tried Cross the Bridge game the first time. It’s so funny at the beginning when I failed the sequence of the colours and the man fell down from the bridge. I kept playing and memorising (of course with many many times the man fell off) until it says the next step is for the experts, I stopped. I felt a slight stretch at the back of my left brain. Once again, thank you so much to the generous donors and everyone who involved in this wonderful innovation and available to us freely.
Well done to achieve this level! You are concentrating very well … it take a great deal of focus to retain more than 7 blocks.