On every level you will be presented with a unique sequence of tiles to memorize. Once you hear the word “Go” tap the tile sequence that you remember as fast as you can. Each level uses a timer to determine how fast you were able to repeat the given pattern. The faster you finish the sequence, the higher your bonus points will be. Remember, more stars = more points!
Get 3 stars when you finish the level faster than the expected play duration. The bonus points can be as high as twice the normal score. This will make your total level score reach 3X than normal score.
Get 2 stars when you finish the level within the expected play duration. The bonus is equal to the normal level score. This will make your total level score reach 2X than normal score.
Get 1 star if you did not finish the level within the expected play duration. The maximum bonus points you’ll get is one-half the normal score. This will make your total level score reach 1.5X than normal score.
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Eidetic memory is the ability to perfectly recall images in memory after only a few seconds of exposure. Usually with high precision for some time after exposure. The word eidetic comes from the Greek word eidos which means “seen” (source: Wikipedia).
A helper dog will randomly appear starting on level 16. It will help you solve the puzzle but will consume some of your hard-earned Repeats. It will also take a portion of your total level score. Use these helper dogs wisely.
It will appear at the bottom of the game screen if it is available to help you. Just tap the dog and if it barks then it will show you which tile you need to tap to solve that level.
Be sure to load up your Repeats because they will not appear if you only have a few remaining Repeats. You can buy Repeats in the Power Ups shop.
Now meet the three adorable helper dogs.
Eidet is the original helper dog that first appeared in version 1.0. Everytime you use Eidet it will take away 7 Repeats and half your level score.
Mnemo first appeared in version 1.2. Unlike Eidet, Mnemo likes to take 10 Repeats and only one-third of your level score.
Omem likes to take score points more than Repeats. It will take two-thirds of your level score and only 4 Repeats. First appeared in version 1.2.
Are you ready for some brain exercises to train your mind? Train and test your memory to find out if you can get all these types of achievement. Challenge your friends and keep your brain healthy. The more achievements you get, the better. Don’t forget to claim the rewards!
Most achievements are for finishing a level. Sometimes it doesn’t matter if you finish it with one, two or three stars as long as you win. This is the easiest achievement type to get.
There are achievements that require you to accumulate points or Repeats. Some of them require that you accumulate it in a single game play.
Achievements of this type will require you to always get the number of stars on consecutive levels. Fail once and you won’t get the rewards. Concentrate.
You need to finish a level in the given time. Some achievements require a few minutes while others several days of playing. Win or lose, it will be counted as a play.
Repeat a level several times in order to get this type of achievement. Do this if you have plenty of remaining Repeats to spare or use the Power Ups to shop for Repeats.
Get a reward when you share the game via Facebook, Twitter, and email. You’ll also get a reward on your first Power Up purchase and the game will switch to the Pro version. No more ads!
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So you have some free time and you have no idea what to do? I guess staring at the ceiling is kind of getting boring already so why don’t you try something interesting, fun and easy to get into? Sounds good to you?
Do you often find your mind wandering during the day? Can’t remember where you placed your keys? Is it hard to concentrate on specific tasks? If so, it might be a good idea to try out some brain games!
It used to be a common theory that our brains were like a computer, one that could be overloaded by using it too much and too often. Yet, recent studies in neuroscience show that our brains are more like a muscle.
As we age, our memory and recall abilities start to fade. Most people believe that they are unable to stop this inevitable decline but recent science suggests that is not the case. You can stave off the cognitive impact of aging.
If you struggle with your memory or concentration, if you are concerned with your child’s academic performance, or if you just want your family to be as sharp as possible, consider brain training games.
Super Brain Game is conducting a social experiment to find out how long it will take to give away $1 million worth of in-app-gifts. Simply download the brain training app and use the reward links to get the free in-app gifts.