Memory Age Free
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Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- owner identity
- data services
- phone dialer
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
In this update: (v1.1) - Improved Graphical User Interface - More realistic age estimation (the old version was too harsh) - Added panorama background This game assesses your brain age based on your performance in a short-term memory exercise. Our brains’ ability to memorise things start to deteriorate from our 20s. The size and volume of our brains shrink at a rate of about 2% per decade. However, most people don’t notice it until the deterioration is substantial enough later in their lives. In other words, people in their 20s or even 30s don’t feel their brains are deteriorating just because their brains have more capabilities than what they can utilise. Fortunately, the process of this deterioration is not inevitable and in some particular areas of the brain the loss is even reversible. Physical and mental exercises, a balanced diet and good sleeps can all contribute to a delay of the aging process. “People in their 50s or 60s can have remarkably good looking brains.” Play this game everyday and see how your performance improves. Check out my other games in "Memory Age" series.
3/2/2014Awesome really challenging. I have the memory of a 59 year old 😞. Also it has cool facts on how to slow brain deterioration and improve your memory. Great app!
10/19/20130 star , so stupid , already downloaded it and doesn't exist in my collection >_<
9/23/2013Great little app for monitoring your progress
9/9/2013If the game was able to have a setting feature to input area gggggxf. f. f. so the player can get a better idea if there memory is getting better
8/18/2013It funny hard and cool like it
7/21/2013Seems like not enough time given to memorize numbers. Really more of reaction judgment
6/13/2013Needs a graph to track our progress. . . .