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Brain Blast Trainer
Last changed: Sep 04, 2009
Size: 0.2 MB
Research has shown that performing calculations quickly is an effective way to train your brain.
Brain Blast is a math game where you have 60 seconds to answer as many simple single digit math questions as possible.
In Brain Blast Trainer there is no math involved. You simply press the number button that is displayed in the center of the screen. It will improve your reaction time and help you achieve a higher score in the original Brain Blast.
How many correct numbers can you press in 60 seconds? The current record stands at 53 points. Let us know if you break the record.
Once you feel confident that you are able to select the correct number you're ready to upgrade to the original Brain Blast math game. If you're a math wiz you might consider being further challenged by Brain Blast Pro, where you'll have to answer even more complicated math questions.
Have fun playing the Brain Blast Trainer and don't forget to challenge your friends to see who can achieve the highest score.
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By: Ryuuyouko - 14-Jun-2009
I got 99
By: HatersSuck - Dec 30, 2009
I can't believe this app only got two stars! It definitely gets my brain going, which is what I expect it to do. If you're looking for a fun game with snazzy graphics, there are thousands of awesome games out there (sadly most of them making you dumber, not smarter). However, giving this game a low score for doing what it promises to do is just plain wrong.
By: mimage - Sep 2, 2009
Good reaction time game. Nice layout.
By: omgxitsxmex33 - Jul 16, 2009
It's ok, not so fun but made my brain work.
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