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Nounenrei: Nou Stress Kei Atama Scan


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Original Name  脳年齢 脳ストレス計 アタマスキャン
Genre Misc
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0001166370
Catalog No.  NTR-P-ACNJ
Item Code  4974365910181

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Xcomp (2) on 24, Sep. 2006 08:15 (HKT)
It\'s Sega\'s Brain Age! Some Fun Mini Games!
If you\'ve gotten tired of Nintendo\'s Brain Age then, you just might want to try out Sega\' version of Brain Age. Making use of the ATMT (Advanced Trail Making Test) that is used worldwide in hospitals and research, this piece of software monitors your brain stress and age through two main tests. The whole idea is to train your brain effectively by keeping your stress low.

Those who don\'t know Japanese won\'t be able to take the stress test because it\'s a bit like Nintendo\'s \"Maze Connect\" except it makes use of Kana, the Japanese alphabet. However, you can still take the brain age test which requires you to tap numbers in sequence from 1~25. It might sound easy but it\'s actually pretty hard because they move around! You are then rated on your brain\'s activeness, energy and wits.

To help you improve on these ratings, there\'s a bundle of mini games that seem to be a lot more fun than Nintendo\'s first Brain Age! There are a total of 16 mini games including one where you get to blow into the mic to send a balloon up to the ceiling while avoiding bombs and one where you smash panes of falling glass.

Each of these exercises have a different purpose in keeping your mind in tip top condition and it seems to actually work! I found my stress level dropping by a small fraction after playing through the relaxation exercises.

20 isn\'t the optimum age anymore here because the software contains a sample of over 11,000 candidates so you will have your own target for your age.

Overall, whether this really helps make your mind sharper or not, the mini games should keep you entertained for a while!
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