Find in Mind is actually a collection of 18 mini games that help you train your brain. In some games, you need to recognize patterns. Others have you pick the object that's unlike the rest, or exercise your memory by remembering where the objects are on the board.
This brain trainer game will give you a goal on each level, but don't worry if you can't meet it. If you don't pass the level on the first attempt, the game will reduce the difficulty to help you through it. This is all about improving the way your brain works, and it's a very encouraging process, even though it's also challenging as you advance through the levels.
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Find in Mind Brain Trainer Review
I wasn't really sure what to think about this brain trainer to start with. It's got a fairly upbeat, yet ethereal, soundtrack - presumably to help boost your thinking skills without being obtrusive. The first levels of each mini game are fairly easy, which might lead you to believe that the rest of them will be a breeze as well. However, not only do the goals increase, but the difficulty also picks up.
I do like the fact that when you mess up (and you will), Find in Mind will adjust the goal and difficulty level to fit your skill. This makes it easier to pass but still keeps your mind active.
I haven't yet tried all 18 mini games, but I do plan on getting to them eventually. This comes across to me as a way of improving your mind without really "working" at it. It's almost like tricking yourself into becoming smarter! Plus, it's low-key enough that you could probably play it before going to bed at night without messing up your sleep cycle.