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Games & Puzzles Sites
as part of my work on play with your mind, I spend a lot of time searching the web looking for other brain games/ puzzle sites to network with. when I find something particular interest to my users, I will post it here with a little review
I figured it would be helpful for me from a business perspective, as well as for you for entertainment/enrichment purposes, to have a catalog of all the other websites offering brain fitness programs or some other collection of brain games/exercises. So I am setting off to compile such a list. At first, I expect it [...]
Here are a few interesting websites I’ve come across recently which focus on brain games or mind puzzles: Smart-Kit – a collection of word puzzles, math puzzles, hidden object, cryptograms & riddles, made with love. seems to be quite active Who Has the Biggest Brain – a wildly popular Facebook game, clearly a BrainBall rip-off [...]
I came across this website today while searching for link exchange partners. it seems relatively new, but it’s got a nice collection of different puzzles and crosswords and other fun games for the mind. It’s got a few cool word puzzles too that look like they’re worth checking out. http://www.mindexercisepuzzles.com/
Well, it makes me very frustrated to come across this sort of stuff – knowing that with a little luck and a little more resources this could have been BrainBall – but here is a tale of another Brain competition making it big on FaceBook. The game is called Brain Buddies and apparently it’s adding [...]
Since I don’t have much personal experience with real video games, let me defer to guest author Mary Ward who has some suggestions for brain games on the Wii. Here she goes: When it comes to brain function, the old adage “use it or lose it” is particularly true. We’re learning that staying “brain fit” [...]