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New York (PRWEB) July 21, 2009
Mind360.com, a leading developer of state-of-the-art-smart brain training games, is excited to announce the launch of their latest game Face It! - a free Web-based memory game for training and enhancing users' ability to remember and match people's faces with their names.
Face and Name Recognition is a memory skill required for virtually every task we perform day in and day out, whether it's interacting with people at work, social gatherings, or running into an old mate at the supermarket. Maintaining a sharp memory is absolutely essential for functioning best and getting the most out of our day-to-day lives. However, in order to improve our capacity to properly connect faces with those names already stored in our long-term memory, highly specialized training is a must.
"Face It! represents a brand new dimension to our already comprehensive brain training program," offers Mind360's CEO Danny Aboody. "Our team of cognitive scientists and cutting-edge game designers are committed to creating brain games that address people's most basic mental needs, in turn boosting their overall quality of life. Also, because our games are both scientific and exciting to play, our users are highly engaged and get the most out of their Mind360 memberships."
Boost a Variety of Memory Skills with a Single Game
Face It! is a unique memory game in that it trains players to increase their ability to recognize and match people's faces (visual representation) with their names (semantic representation). What's more, through a single game, users actually train a variety of memory skills including encoding and retrieving both these visual and semantic representations.
As a special limited-time promotion, Face It! can currently be played free of charge by visiting http://www.mind360.com/games.
Mind360.com is a leading developer of scientific online brain training games for improving users' key cognitive abilities through fun and effective methods. Cognitive skills trained include: memory, attention, executive functions, thinking and reasoning, and visual perception. Users select their own Personal Training Program which comes complete with a personal trainer and continuous feedback to ensure quick and noticeable progress.
To create your own personal brain training program, visit the Mind360 website at http://www.Mind360.com.
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