Recent research in the field of neuroscience tells us that playing computer games can benefit the brain in a lot of ways. Games that are designed specifically for cognitive enhancement are called “brain training games”.
Paper Planes is an HTML5 game we specifically designed for cognitive training. It is intended to improve your focus and hand-eye coordination.
The player is presented a series of paper planes. Each turn in the series shows a different arrangement of paper planes that are pointing towards a particular direction.
The center plane will sometimes point to a different direction than the others. Players have to focus their attention on this plane, and swipe to where it is pointed. You have 30 seconds to try and make as many swipes as you can.
We included features to help track your daily and weekly performances.
Daily results show your highest score for the day, the number of correct swipes you make, and your accuracy.
You can visualize your progress week after week by looking at the weekly charts.
A player can get even higher scores with point multipliers. You can get them by doing at least 3 successful turns in a row.
Additional features include an interactive tutorial and a relaxed audio-visual theme conducive to training and focus.
Paper Planes is a brain training game we created using HTML5 technology. The gameplay involves paying close attention to details and reacting quickly to changing situations. It is a good game for training one’s focus and hand-eye coordination.
HTML5 games are compatible across a wide range of devices and operating systems. Our games will work smoothly on smartphones, tablets, and laptops—practically anything that has a web browser.
Click here to start your brain training with Paper Planes.
All of our games are available for licensing. Feel free to contact us for any inquiries.
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