Mentally challenging games for fun
For cognitive or physical activation
Available on Microsoft Store
Developed with neuropsychological expertise
On this page you can find games and tests that serve both as recreation and fun but also challenge your brain and cognitive functions. Exercise your memory and concentration in a memory game. Stay alert and inhibit your impulses in reaction tests.
Where Was It?
A different kind of 3D Memory game. Challenge your concentration, memory and spatial orientation ability. Walk around in a 3D nature scenery maze and find matching pairs of hidden objects. Or play classic board style version where you click the cards and match the pairs! In 3D Walk, move forward and turn around by using W, A, S, D keys (or toggle M to turn with mouse), click to open boxes. Look for matches. Follow your progress in charts.
Read full description here: Go to Where Was It? page or view video tutorial.
Play Us! A sound, voice and music interactive game
Use only a microphone to control the game. Anyone who can produce some form of sound or vocalization can play this game. Use sound or your voice to play. This game can be possible to play even by very small children or people with motor difficulties.
Midi Player and Audio to Midi Converter - Play some Midi or create a simple draft. Play by using a Midi keyboard, a computer Qwerty keyboard or use your voice or an instrument to create midi notes. With a microphone you can convert audio in realtime, if you wish, toggle Visual effects mode and create your own patterns.
Midi Pad Light Version - This is a free version of Midi Pad, containing Midi Keyboard Play, Midi Qwerty Play, Audio file convert. It has also a light version of Microphone play but it is not possible to save results from Microphone play and there is no Visual Effect mode.
Psychology Lab - Basic Reaction Tests
Measure your reaction times on visual and auditory stimuli. View results in charts.
Psychology Lab is a serie of games and tests that focus on a variety of cognitive functions that challenge the brain, such as memory, reaction, visual, spatial and auditory ability.
Free for personal use and for clinical or research use. Available on Microsoft Store