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The Left Brain Right Brain game series is designed to equally train your weak and dominant hands via logic-based mini-games that require you to rotate the DS in book style play. In Left Brain Right Brain 2, you use the Touch Screen in 20 new games based on speed, accuracy, association, recognition, memory and strategy. Games like Balloon Attack, Block Buster, Cosmic Seesaw and Space Escape, among others, strengthen the left and right hemispheres of the brain by making you switch hands throughout play. Afterwards, you can monitor personal progress and assess improvement by reviewing development percentages for each hand. You can also tailor your favorite mental-training routine in the new Exercises mode, while testing 'good' and 'weak' hands via three random games in Ambidexterity Check. Finally, you can compete with a friend in both single and multi-card multiplayer mode to prove who has the mental skills to be truly ambidextrous.

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20 all new games to the series based on speed, accuracy, association, recognition,memory and strategy
Compare your results from each hand to see just how ambidextrous you are
Check on the frequency of exercises and how much the brain was stimulated or activated from the exercise
Book-style play challenges you to flip the DS over and around to develop your hand-eye coordination with both left and right hands
Challenge a friend in Single and Multi Card Multiplayer
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