BrainBall Task 2.11

The object of this game is to associate colors with specific strings of characters, and using this information, correctly identify the color for a given string.
One by one, you will be provided with a target string. At first, you will have no idea which color it represents, so you will have to guess. When you guess correctly, make a mental note of the relationship and move on.
As you continue, you should learn the string for each color and eventually be able to connect them without having to guess.
Your score is based on how many you targets you find versus the number of guesses you need to make to get them.

BrainBall Task 2.6

In this game you will complete the same activity 2 times. The first time you will be playing randomly, but the second time you will be working on memory.
Eliminate the pieces by dragging like numbers onto each other. Only specific combinations will work. Remember them.
You have only a limited time to complete each stage, so work quickly.

Memory Program on the way

I’ve been working the past couple days on rebuilding a number of the memory games I used in the earlier, very-limited release of my memory program. Some of the games from this previous project are already available somewhere on the site, either in the Memory Game section, the memory portion of the brain fitness program, or within Brainball, but there will be at least 4 new games/exercise coming your way in the next few days.

Eventually I will integrate all these different memory games together into some sort of larger, more organized entity with score tracking, stats, etc. For now, they will just be stand-alone exercises, but will be playable at 5 different difficulty levels depending on where you are at and how much you want to push yourself.

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