Tampa, FL (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
Isotope 244 is proud to release a new free puzzle strategy game for iOS titled 5BY5 Brain Game. 5BY5 Brain Game introduces totally new game play that has never been seen on any platform before. 5BY5 Brain Game features game logic like Sudoku mixed with Bejeweled. Players slide numbered tiles up and down, left and right, and match colors to gain points when groups of tiles add to 5.
Gamers tease their brain with an interesting mix of game play elements in this free strategy puzzler. "Using only one of these elements would provide a challenging game, and many games do this, but 5BY5 Brain Game makes your brain fire on all cylinders by making you utilize many different areas of the brain simultaneously. Areas dealing with color matching, forward thinking, motor control, and simple math to name a few," said the game's developer James Bryant.
Studies published by researchers at the University of Iowa, reported in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE found that a group using a computerized exercise for just 10 hours had significant gains in cognitive function. "It’s the ‘use it or lose it’ phenomenon," said the study’s lead researcher Dr. Fredric Wolinsky.
In 5BY5 Brain Game, players can challenge themselves in TIME and MOVE modes or compete with friends on Facebook and Game Center. The game is designed to match the look of iOS 7 and is only available on the Apple App Store. 5BY5 Brain Game players can unlock 55 themes to customize the look of the game via an in app purchase.
Platforms: iPhone 3GS or later, iPad 1 or later, iPod Touch
App Type: Universal
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Isotope 244 is an independent developer of games for iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Windows based in Tampa, FL USA. It was founded by James Bryant in 1999. Isotope 244 is best known for developing strategy and action games for desktop and mobile devices. The company has received numerous awards for its real-time strategy and action games, most notably its strategy game Land Air Sea Warfare was selected by Apple as the first iPad Game of the Week.