gbrainy is a platform to train memory, arithmetical and logical capabilities with many sorts of different exercises of different difficulty levels.
It should have something for all ages and purposes: kids whose parents want them to develop their capabilities, adults that want to keep their mind in form or just try it out for fun, older people that might need to do some memory exercises, etc.
gbrainy is inspired from Terry Stickels’ works (including The Big Book of Stickelers) and Dr. Brain.
It is designed for GNOME.
- Provides the following types of games:
- Logic Puzzles: games designed to challenge your reasoning and thinking skills.
- Mental Calculation: games based on arithmetical operations designed to prove your mental calculation skills.
- Memory Trainers: games designed to challenge your short term memory.
- Verbal analogies. Games that challenge your verbal aptitude.
- Different difficulty levels.
- Player’s game history.
- Player’s personal records.
- Tips for the player.
- Fullscreen mode.
- Can be also extended easily with new games developed by third parties.
- Cross-platform support – runs under Linux (packages are available for popular distributions), NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and Windows.
Developer: Jordi Mas i Hernandez
License: GNU GPL
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