Nintendo "Therapy"

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by laci.laplante, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. laci.laplante
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    laci.laplante Newbie

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    Hello! I was wondering if you guys could suggest some games that would exercise a person's hand-eye coordination and brain. I have a few "brain" games, but was wondering if there are other games that require a lot of thinking and coordination that do not have the word "brain" in the title. I currently have Brain Age 1, CrossworDS, and Flash Focus. They are very good, but I would like to try something that had more of an on going theme or plot. Something a little less clinical. Something a little more mindless in appearance :^)

    Thank you for your help,
    Laci
     
  2. Wabsta

    Wabsta you fight like a dairy farmer

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  3. Raven Darkheart

    Raven Darkheart The Radioactive Flamer

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    since you're female, I'll help out
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  4. UltraMagnus

    UltraMagnus hic sunt dracones

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    brain games: ace attorney series, unlike most "training" games its actually an enjoyable game with a good storyline
    hand eye coordination: polarium?
     
  5. laci.laplante
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    laci.laplante Newbie

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    Thank you for your suggestions! I will give those a check-out. I happened to come across Big Bang and Candace Kane, the former being pretty interesting compared to the latter. Big Bang requires a lot of hand-eye coordination and visual field processing, one of the things that Flash Focus attempts. Big Bang is very addicting, so I have to make sure I get in my Brain Age before Big Bang. I could only stand the candy factory one for a few levels before I determined I would be better off learning brain surgery off the internet and opening up my own practice in an old warehouse. In all seriousness though, the DS is proving to be a tremendous asset when combined with other modalities. But its a great excuse to play games and have some fun.

    Thanks again guys! I'm still open to suggestions, and look forward to trying the ones mentioned above.
     
  6. GameSoul

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    Ninja Reflex? This studies hand-eye coordination and agility/quickness
     
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