August 1, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Atascadero, California - College freshman Kyle Barber has recently developed an iPhone game that "has the ability to increase mental performance." Partnering with a powerful company specializing in neurobiofeedback therapy, (whom has asked to remain un-named) Barber has created an incredibly addicting new game called "Balance Challenge."
Barber claims that the application is actually able to increase functionality in the human brain. "Using the science which is known as neurobiofeedback, I have been able to compose several patterns in the application that allow training in the areas of the human brain that control stress, sleep, focus, and agility. Several extremely talented artists have been partnering with me for this application, allowing me to use different forms of music to stimulate users as well."
The application remains un-released, but Barber is opening up a test version of the application to the first 40 applicants. Applicants have been asked to subscribe to a mailing list, where Barber will then select the first 40 users, and notify them via email. Barber is featuring an incredible game soundtrack as well as a stunning user interface. I have been one of the lucky test users, and can say that this is a game that you do not want to miss out on. This opportunity will only be available for 10 more days, so make sure to sign up at the official KBP website.
Kyle Barber will be attending Cal Poly State University as a freshman this coming year, and has been making iPhone apps for over 3 years. He is interested in new opportunities, helping out customers, meeting new people, and expanding his global impact. Copyright (C) 2011 Kyle Barber. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.