Brain training mobile game 'one of the best available'
6 April 2009 — 2:00 PM
Those looking to train their brain can now do so using the latest phones, it has emerged.
In a new review for the Pocket Gamer website, Kath Brice looks at one of the newest titles to become available in this category since Dr Kawashima's Brain Training proved so popular on the Nintendo DS handheld console.
Using a Sony Ericsson K810i, she looks at Brain Tester 24 Pack: Vol 2 and notes that its mini-games, puzzles and IQ testers are a satisfying way to sharpen your mind and pass the time.
Ms Brice goes on to say there is already a vast selection of these types of games available to download, but adds Brain Tester 24 Pack: Vol 2 has some of the best playable content.
"It deserves fast-tracking to the front of the queue," she concludes. "If you're after a brain training title with a bit of a twist, it's a no-brainer that this is for you."
Those looking to recycle mobile phones may wish to know that the Sony Ericsson K810i is equipped with a 3.2-megapixel camera, push email, PictBridge printing and three-click music downloads.
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