Acuity Games: Flash
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DescriptionBrain fitness starts to decline by age 30, a problem that contributes to the 35 million worldwide cases of Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. Researchers estimate half of Alzheimer's cases could be prevented through lifestyle changes. But how do you know if your lifestyle is promoting brain fitness? Introducing Acuity Games with lifetime brain fitness measurement. For a brighter future.
Acuity Games apps combine the world's most popular brain games with lifetime brain fitness measurement. Each app contains a highly configurable brain game designed to challenge players of all skill levels. Game results are stored in an innovative brain fitness database for up to 100 years.
This app's game is Flash. Flash begins with a single button flash, then progresses with an increasing sequence of flashes. The game is won when the player correctly taps the winning number of flashes. The app provides 4 button types (Plain, Number, Letter and Shape) and displays up to 30 buttons per game. The length of the winning sequence of button flashes can be configured from 4 to 50. Players can choose among the 9 default levels, or create custom levels
"- it’s almost as much fun as Angry Birds." -- The Daily
✚ Brain Fitness:
Measure brain fitness with Acuity Games' unique Brain Fitness Index, a combination of 3 key brain game benchmarks: Winning Percentage, Time Per Move and Number of Moves.
✚ Acuity Trends:
Monitor performance changes over weeks, months and years. Acuity Trends can provide an early warning if your cognitive abilities start to decline.
✚ Daily Goals:
Provide powerful motivation, and measure your performance quickly and easily. Update Daily Goals as your skills and objectives change.
✚ Lifetime Benchmarks:
Displayed in Daily, Monthly and Yearly intervals, these benchmarks provide detailed performance feedback that is incredibly useful for monitoring skill changes.
What's New in Version 5.3.3- Improved Acuity Trends view.
- Moved "Create New Level" button to the toolbar.
- Minor bug fixes