Apparently being right-handed or left-handed just isn’t enough for Majesco, as the company today shipped Left Brain Right Brain for the Nintendo DS. Left Brain Right Brain is the only brain game that promotes ambidexterity by requiring players to flip the DS and play a challenging set of mini-games with both their dominant and non-dominant hands.
In Left Brain Right Brain, players flip the DS around in book-style play to improve their hand-eye coordination in games based on speed, accuracy, association, recognition, memory and strategy. Using both right and left hands to play develops physical dexterity while also encouraging development of the right and left side of the brain.
All told, the game includes 15 different drills: Connect the Dots, Pop the Balloons, Defend Earth, Touch the Green Square, Open the Safe, Trace the Shape, Navigate the Maze and eight more. These drills can be played on any of five difficulty levels per activity.
Left Brain Right Brain has four single-player game modes: Hand Exercises, Balance Check, Left Hand vs. Right Hand and Ambidexterity Check. Development percentages for each hand let you monitor improvement. The game also includes multiplayer options via single-card DS download play.