Camera Mind – Challenge your brain’s instant memory

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Camera Mind is a minimalist small game, designed to test your short-term memory ability. The whole gaming process is sort of like using a camera to take photos for memory in the brain, and the goal is to find out the different ball appeared in the new photo.

Don’t look down upon this simple game, as a matter of fact, it really can train our brains’ memory ability (especially the right hemisphere). It’s very challenging and practical (the size, color and position of each ball are all random in each picture and level, therefore there won’t any rules to follow, so that the test itself becomes more accurate and scientific), you can play this game with your friends, and see who’s the more developed right brain.

If you feel you have the superhuman instant memory ability, then AppNee told a way to challenge yourself: just open two Camera Mind 1, 2 or both at the same time, in this case, the challenge you’re facing is not just doubled, you have to start the both sides of your brain simultaneously.

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Camera Mind 1 4.97 MB
Camera Mind 2 5.0 MB

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