Brain Age is back with all-new devilishly tricky brain-training exercises designed to retrain the modern mind.
With all of the technological distractions of modern life, information overload and information addiction can make it difficult to stay focused. Brain Age: Concentration Training uses newly designed exercises that will test your short term memory access and improve your concentration skills to combat these daily distractions.
New Devilish Training exercises dynamically adjust their difficulty based on your real-time results, always pushing to improve your ability, alongside additional new and classic puzzles. Discover the next level of brain-training - only for Nintendo 3DS.
Brain Age: Concentration Training has no review on Wii's World.
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