Two new DS games coming in November.
BOOST YOUR BRAIN POWER!
MAJESCO ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES TWO NEW BRAIN STIMULATION GAMES
Dr. Makoto Shichida's 'Right Brain Development Theory' Foundation for 'Brain Boost: Beta Wave' and 'Brain Boost: Gamma Wave'
Edison, N.J., September 21st, 2006 - Want to improve your basic thinking
skills and cognitive reaction time? Then Majesco Entertainment Company
(NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of digital entertainment products
and content, may have the two perfect games for you: Brain Boost: Beta
Wave and Brain Boost: Gamma Wave. Both Brain Boost games are being
developed under the consultation of renowned researcher and author, Dr.
Makoto Shichida, creator of the Right Brain Development Theory.
"Each Brain Boost game offers a completely different set of fun, yet
challenging, brain training problems that are designed to enhance your
mental acuity," said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing, Majesco
Entertainment. "We believe a growing number of consumers are looking
for more diversified game play experiences and the Brain Boost games
will help attract a new audience to the category."
Both games focus on improving memory, concentration and judgment through
progressively difficult brain training games where speed and accuracy
count. Brain Boost: Beta Wave focuses on stimulating parts of the right
brain that are often associated with active concentration and busy
thinking. Brain Boost: Beta Wave includes Find a Match, Shape
Recognition, Addition, Remember Sequence and Moving Dots training games.
The brain's gamma waves appear to be involved in higher mental activity,
including perception and problem solving. As such, Brain Boost: Gamma
Wave includes training games for remembering Circumstances, Faces,
Images, Numbers and Colors.
Developed by Interchannel-Holon Inc, both Brain Boost: Beta Wave and
Brain Boost: Gamma Wave are scheduled to ship in November for a
suggested retail price of $19.99.
About Dr. Makoto Shichida & Right Brain Development Theory
Chairman of the Shichida Educational Institute, Dr. Makoto Shichida has
been extensively researching development of the right brain for years.
His findings have been acknowledged worldwide and his theory is put into
practice at over 400 schools throughout Japan. The right brain
generally dominates the recognition of images/shapes/spatial patterns,
illustrations, music, intuition and emotions. In essence, Shichida's
Right Brain Development Theory revolves around the practice of daily
repeated drills of viewing shapes and colors, absorbing large amounts of
information quickly and being able to then accurately reproduce those
images visually. The repeated stimulation activates the right brain and
heightens its potential.