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[Nintendo Switch] Dr Kawashima's Brain Training w/stylus - £19.99 delivered @ Monster Shop
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[Nintendo Switch] Dr Kawashima's Brain Training w/stylus - £19.99 delivered @ Monster Shop

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Get ready to challenge yourself with Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch.Try new exercises, incorporating the Joy-Con’s* IR Motion Camera to detect the shape of your finger, or enjoy classic exercises using the stylus... it’s in your hands!

You can even calculate your overall Brain Age Score by performing a series of back-to-back exercises that challenge your problem-solving speed, short-term memory and self-control. Think you can do better than your friends and family? Don’t miss your daily exercises & share results with opponents, all via integrated Brain Training Email notifications.

Why not train together - with one Joy-Con each, you can challenge friends and family to select different types of training, from Birdwatching & Box Counting.

If you’re connected to the internet and have a Nintendo Switch Online membership, you can show your training results in the game’s rankings and compete with friends. 

Features:

Solve mathematical problems with finger calculations… even if you know the answer, you’ll need to react quickly.

Rock, Paper, Scissors: The family classic! Try to win, and lose, using your hands.

Word Scramble: Another classic - combine letters to form words.

Photographic Memory: Testing your skills by memorising previously displayed photos.

Dual Task: Leap over hurdles while choosing the biggest number.
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11 Comments
Sounds good, but you got the wrong description in there
Ved_P29/05/2020 13:13

Sounds good, but you got the wrong description in there


Sorted
Is there worthwhile additions over the 3DS version?
GdoubleU29/05/2020 13:23

Is there worthwhile additions over the 3DS version?


There's a rock paper scissors game where the switch picks up what you are doing with your hand, pretty cool tbh how it can do that. It's gets pretty hard like it shows you the shape, then another then another and says do the previous shape and gets faster. So you have to work off memory and look at the current shape to remember that for next one, bit of a brain fryer
Nice find, just bought my copy! Was waiting for it to hit £20.
Is this good for the Nintendo switch lite?
Mafalda_correia29/05/2020 16:41

Is this good for the Nintendo switch lite?


Judging back the trailers, etc, I think it’s looks like a game that is better handheld!
Paid £23 a while back and still not had time to play partially cos I know it'll tell me my brain age is 3.6 billion
Mafalda_correia29/05/2020 16:41

Is this good for the Nintendo switch lite?


I don't believe it plays on lite - could be wrong. I'd check it first
Save your money and don't buy these. Research does not support these things as having any benefit on your brain. You just get better at performing the tasks and have no carryover to anything else.
OCrossland29/05/2020 16:48

Judging back the trailers, etc, I think it’s looks like a game that is b …Judging back the trailers, etc, I think it’s looks like a game that is better handheld!


Mafalda_correia29/05/2020 16:41

Is this good for the Nintendo switch lite?


Playing it on the Lite means you miss out on the tests where you have to use your hand to do sums and play rock, paper, scissors. The proper Switch has an infra red camera built into one of the handsets, which you remove and hold to play these levels
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