October 4, 2014 in Entertainment (F)
[prMac.com] Cumming, Georgia - Check out this new memory training app from Stuff and Junk Games! The app is called r3m3mb3r and you'll be hooked immediately which is great because playing improves your memory.
The game utilizes simple shapes to challenge your memory. It used to be generally accepted that humans could remember 7 things in their short-term memory. Recent research has shown that this number is actually closer to 3 or 4. r3m3mb3r challenges you to see if you can even remember 3 simple shapes. As you succeed, the app presents even more challenging things to remember. Simply trying to improve your score will also improve your memory skills and your attention to detail!
Read this review from an actual player:
"Yesterday I couldn't remember if I had put milk in my cereal bowl, even while looking straight at it. After playing r3m3mb3r my brain power has increased so significantly that I have been able to successfully swap a stray dog's brain with that of a pumpkin. Though the pumpkin does not roll over when I tell it, I am almost positive that I heard it bark."
This app is great for people of all ages. Kids and adults alike will be able to train their brains while having fun and competing for high scores. Please don't allow primates to see this app. It is possible their cognitive capacity could increase beyond our own and we would promptly be forced into a subservient position.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 1.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
r3m3mb3r 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
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