Little Lost Robot
Little Lost Robot is a brain game of Visual & Spatial skills designed to improve your ability to visualize and navigate through complex environments. You are the proud owner of a small robot that gets lost very easily. Improve your directional awareness by guiding him across the city through intricate city streets with a variety of obstacles - including one way roads and switching traffic lights - to find his way back home.
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.
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- Game Type: Maze Game
- Estimated Time: 10 - 15 Minutes
- Improves spatial awareness skills
- Mazes increase in complexity
- Strengthens directional awareness and navigation skills
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