“Tohoku University Future Technology Collaborative Research Center’s Professor Ryuta Kawashima Presents Memory Training For Adults” is probably the longest game title I’ve seen in a long time, but this isn’t exactly a game. Rather, this software utilizes the handwriting and voice recognition features of the Nintendo DS so users can solve simple calculation and spoken problems. Working these simple problems will help to improve memory, should you “forget people’s names often” or “have left things behind recently.” Furthermore, a maximum of 16 players can compete in 30 question quizzes.
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