Previous is a simple but difficult and addictive N-back game. In Previous, you start out just remembering the tile that lit up, but on the next level you have to remember the tile one back, then the tile two back, and so forth.
N-back games, which train working memory, have been shown to improve cognitive function in people of all ages through many peer reviewed trials and experiments.
In Kim's Game, you are given a short time to memorize a set of shapes, and then identify what they were.
Originally invented by Rudyard Kipling to be played with gems, it has since been used widely to teach memory and observation skills to everyone from pre-school children to the US Marines.
In Blink, you see objects flash on the screen and remember where and what they were. A recent randomized study found that playing a game like Blink for just ten hours halved Alzheimer’s risk ten years down the line. Train your memory today, and protect your brain tomorrow.