Deep Blue Expedition
Deep Blue Expedition makes use of two diverse space-visualization activities in a vibrant underwater theme. In this brain game, you are in charge of an ambitious deep sea expedition to save a fish habitat from the destructive effects of pollution. Your robotic mini-sub companion accompanies you into the depths of the ocean to help save endangered sea life. Clear the pollution - save the fish!
The brain has the ability to appreciate one's position in space and to also understand other objects and their relationship in space. This skill is thought to be related to the function of the parietal lobe near the posterior of the cortex.
Spatial skill becomes important as we navigate in the world, with driving, and with simple walks around the block. Sometimes we might get lost in an environment such as a parking garage that represents a type of spatial disorientation. The brain has the capacity to affix landmarks and cues to new environments to help us with spatial orientation. Alzheimer's also affects the spatial skill of the brain often leading to a person getting lost and eventually requiring locked doors to prevent walking away.
Fit Brains Recommends
Below are some additional brain game recommendations to help you balance all of the key areas of your brain.
Word Association Game
Word Construction Game
Logic Puzzle Game