A great game where that tests the cognitive functions of the brain via memory challenges. Using simple Wild Cats symbols they need to be arranged in proper order with this simple yet challenging puzzle.
This game is based on the simplest of visual puzzle principles that makes for no two games being alike. The player has a grid by which they choose to move images so that they follow the corresponding thus solving the puzzle. Clean, bright graphics make it fun for young and old alike. Play should keep you busy for hours on end.
- 3D Icons
- Touch Screen
- Sounds on/off options
- Vibrate on/off option
- Level difficulty based on time
- Automatic High Scores
WHY YOU SHOULD GET THIS APP
First of all this is a family friendly app. Kids and older folks can play this game for endless hours of fun. Whether at home or on those long travel trips, you'll find this app puzzle so challenging that you might not be able to put it down. You can see from the front menu it's bright, clear, and easy to operate. No confusing dials or buttons or graphics, just a display and then the challenge and then the game is on. You'll see how your memory and cognitive skills can be enhanced by this game which is why it would be just great for children around 9 years old and excellent for senior citizens. It would keep their minds sharp and well exercised.
In addition there are no violent elements to this game. It's just simple, colorful fun that hightens the player's sense of simple observation, discerning complex patterns to make them simple, and moving objects to complete those complex patterns into simple patterns. A keen eye and sharp mind are needed to play this game. Let's say your child gets this app. You should sit down with them to see how they play it. Look for the positive and negative behavior so that you can then take your part in developing your child's overall problem solving skills. That's what it's all about. How your child perceives events, plans based on real data and then applies that to resolve problems without destruction or causing great upheavals. If the child becomes impatient you'll now know at which level that impatience starts and how you should intervene. You'll be able to see how they recall data and then arrange the colorful Wild Cats symbols in their correct pattern. You might have fun just keeping notes on their success over time so you'll know just how well they've come along. Same with older folks. They'll be familiar with the layou tas this game is an offshoot of earlier image shifting games that came out in the early 1900s or even late 1800s and are very popular to this day. Those games are hand held with an image divided into 9 or 12 squares. When you scramble them up you have to then arrange them back into their original configuration to get the image. This digital version has more features and with these numbers far more challenging but still the same fun.
If you've got seniors around in the household get the app for them and the children. Watch them have hours of fun together and if you work with senior citizen rehab you might try such games with them to help them keep their minds sharp.
All in all this game is safe and fun for kids, adults, and seniors!
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