THINK contains 16 brain-training exercises which are split into four different categories: Reckon (mathematics), Comprehend (Sudoku, letter and picture games), Memorize (matching, image memorization), and Think (spacial learning). As you go, you’ll be led by Albert, who will offer hints and otherwise act as your “host” of sorts, giving you a Daily Test to test your progress.
The app tracks your highest scores and performances on each activity so that you can track your improvements (or unfortunate declines). You can play through the activities with a friend via multiplayer, or even pick the Quickplay option to play through a random activity when you’re short on time but still want to get in an exercise or two.
“We’re excited to give U.S. iPhone owners the same creative, imagination-building experience our THINK puzzle series is known for providing,” said Thomas Bleyer, General Manager of Ravensburger Digital, via a company press release. “This app is great for waking up sluggish grey matter throughout the day, especially if you only have a few minutes to spare.”
THINK: Your Brain Trainer is now available on iTunes for $2.99 in both English and German versions, with a Spanish version scheduled to be released next week. Head over there if you’re interested in downloading a copy of the game for yourself.