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Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
|Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!|
|June 6, 2006|
|North American Release|
|April 16, 2006|
April 17, 2006
|June 16, 2006|
|May 19, 2005|
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Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!, developed and published by Nintendo, was the first edutainment game from Nintendo on the Nintendo DS. A part of Nintendo's initiative to push gaming beyond hardcore gamers, this game was designed to appeal to casual gamers who may enjoy short bursts of entertainment. The game is based on a popular book written by Professor Ryūta Kawashima of Tohuku University in Japan.
The game has been rebranded as part of the Touch Generation games.
Modes[edit | edit source]
Daily Training[edit | edit source]
Daily Training is a game mode that lets you train your brain. It features the same activities as normal modes.
Sudoku[edit | edit source]
Sudoku is one of the many game modes you can choose from. It is accessible via the main menu. You must write a number from 1 to 9 in a 3 by 3 box, a row and column, and must not have more than one number in each box, row or column.
Multiplayer[edit | edit source]
Critical Acclaim in Japan[edit | edit source]
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