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Oxygen Games presents Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles, a fun & challenging Nintendo DSTM game to improve your mind
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, UK 22nd January 2009: Oxygen Games™ introduces the first in a new range of games designed to relax and stimulate your mind; Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles!

Relax, Play and improve your mind. Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles, with its extended gameplay and variety of features, gives you the chance to test yourself while having fun. Guaranteed to stimulate and surprise with hours of gameplay to keep you entertained, Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles is a relaxing and entertaining way to keep your mind challenged and stimulated.

“Studies around the world are increasingly showing the benefits of video games for improving memory, mental agility and reducing stress levels”, said Jim Scott, CEO of Oxygen Games. “We’ve brought the insight from these studies and two of the most popular pen-and-paper brain puzzles to the Nintendo DS to enable people to relax and stimulate their minds.”

Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles not only offers a thousand puzzles of all challenge levels, it incorporates two of the most popular number based puzzles, Sudoku & Picture Logic! Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles will not only bring you hours of fun and relaxation, it may also improve your mental skills.

Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles is schedule for release in March 2009 – Relax, Play and Improve Your Mind!
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