Brain Games Developer Acuity Games Releases Version 7.1 for iPhone and iPad

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Acuity Games today announced the release of version 7.1 of their innovative line of iOS brain games.

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Acuity Games provide revolutionary brain health assessment, but it only works if people want to play the games.

Acuity Games is pleased to announce the release of version 7.1 of their brain games for Apple’s iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The new version provides several new skins, and per-game brain health feedback at the completion of each game.

“Acuity Games apps provide revolutionary brain health assessment, but it only works if people want to play the games,” said Dan Hansen, founder of Acuity Games. “Per-game brain health results aren’t strictly necessary, since meaningful changes to brain health typically take place over long periods of time.”

“This feature makes the games more engaging, and motivates players to improve their results. The more engagingly-fun and motivating the game are, the more people will use them to measure and help improve their brain health,” he concluded.

About Acuity Games

When it comes to brain games, one size does not fit all. Acuity Games’ brain games adapt to each player’s individual skills and preferences. Games can be easy or difficult; they can last just seconds, or have no time limit at all. The perfect challenge is just waiting to be played. The Acuity Games line of brain games currently available in the iTunes App Store includes:

  • Concentration: Match sets of hidden letters, numbers or shapes.
  • Edge Match: Match scrambled square puzzle tiles using colors and patterns.
  • Flash 2: The classic game of Simon Says using flashes and sounds.
  • Grid Guru: Tap tiles to repeat increasingly complex patterns.
  • Matchematics: Match sets of unsolved math expressions.
  • Sudoku: Match every row, column, and 3x3 sub-grid with the numbers 1 to 9.
  • Word Hunt: Trace adjacent letters to form words of three letters or more.

About Brain Health Assessment

Acuity Games’ innovative Brain Health Assessment compares daily, monthly and yearly performance against average performance, making it incredibly easy to see whether brain health is improving or declining. Up to 100 years of daily measurement provides peace of mind that brain health is being maintained.

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