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£15.99 Delivered seems to be a good price for this. Another 5% off with quidco, should make it £15.19 delivered.
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#1
My Daughter likes this, anyway, here is a pic and some info:-

http://images.blahdvd.com/ProductImages/medium/38/55/100000000385548.jpg

[B]SPECIAL FEATURES[/B]

[LIST]
[*]Based on the theories of Prof. Kawashima
[*]Daily Training mode
[*]Every time you complete a challenge, you are ranked according to speed and validity of the solutions you provided[/LIST][B]DESCRIPTION[/B]

If you spend a lot of time with your favourite gaming handheld in public, you've probably heard this sentence once or twice before. While most people have no problem subscribing to beliefs that attribute increased reaction times and better hand-eye coordination to regular exposure to games, "making you smarter" isn't usually a trait associated with gaming.
This game was designed in collaboration with Professor Ryuuta Kawashima, who believes that regular "brain exercises" can counteract forgetfulness, help train memory and creative thinking. MRI (Magnetic Resonance Image) diagrams that measured brain activity of 120 test subjects between the ages of 20 and 70 at the university's Future Science Collaborative Research Center show the difference in brain activity in a variety of situations.
DS Brain Training takes the theories from Prof. Kawashima and runs with it. The software challenges players to perform a variety of exercises every day, from solving simple math problems to reading on-screen text out loud.
#3
How old is your brain Dino? Mine's currently 36, so only 11 years destroyed by extravagant nights out I suppose.
#4
MBeeching
How old is your brain Dino? Mine's currently 36, so only 11 years destroyed by extravagant nights out I suppose.

I only had one go and it was 87 I think. No idea what it means but it's only a game :p isn't it :roll:
#5
Ooh, haven't played this in a while. Must go back to it. I expect I'm well over 50 again, after a good spell where I got it down to 28.
#6
Great game, training or not, one not to be missed.
#7
I think it's cheaper at the hut with 10% off (use code 'spring') - £13.94 then 7% quidco making it just £12.96 delivered.
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Starlet
I think it's cheaper at the hut with 10% off (use code 'spring') - £13.94 then 7% quidco making it just £12.96 delivered.



Excellent find starlet, wish id known that before i purchased for my niece:-( , worthy of the front page for that price, as im told this is very popular with kids !!
#9
In fairness Jack The Hut are quoting delivery in 2-4 weeks compared to Blah's 24 hours !

For the sake of a pound (after the £2 discount) & Quidco I've gone for your deal.

Voted hot !
#10
Hi, I have also just ordered this from Blah DVD using the £2.00 off £10 spend and Quidco. It is for a birthday present for my daughter hence why I didn't order from The Hut as it stated a 2-4 week delivery time.

Hope my daughter likes it now!
#11
softuk are selling this for 9.99 and you can get a code for free delivery easily and its delivered in 2 days

http://www.softuk.com/Nintendo_DS_Video_Games_Product_View.asp?ProdID=DSUKDKBT

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