5 Best Mobile Games To Sharpen Your Brain

Ready, set, play! These mobile games can stimulate your brain and make you smarter!

Let’s face it: no matter how much we love what we do, any kind of work can be exhausting at the end of the day. If you’re tired and unmotivated these days, maybe it’s time to exercise your brain and sharpen it by playing a game!

Compared to people who don’t play games regularly, studies have shown that expert video game players have larger gray matter, which promotes better memory, control complex, sensory perception and the connection between different sub-regions of the brain. Playing video games can also be beneficial for working out. In a study of laparoscopic surgeons, it was found that those who played video games performed surgeries 27% faster and made 37% fewer mistakes. If all of this has inspired you to play gaming, here are some mobile games you can try!

Word Builder – Quizzes

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Although this mobile game is for those who are preparing for the Graduate Exams (or GRE, an exam for graduate schools in the United States or Canada), it can be useful for all of us. For example, if you’re in a job that requires you to do a lot of writing, whether it’s email or text writing, Word Builder IS THE game for you!

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The game teaches you synonyms for commonly used words and also explains their meanings and sentence patterns. The best part is that you can also compete with other people playing the game, which encourages you to learn new words even more.

Much better

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SuperBetter is a game that helps you become stronger in the face of challenges— whether mental or physical. There are many features—Power Ups, Quests and Bad Guys, to name a few—that will improve your health.

For example, the Power Ups section reminds you to drink a glass of water, prompts you to walk around the block, and so on. The episode Bad Guys asks you to get out of your chair and take a moment to appreciate yourself. It’s a great game for those of us who work at home and spend all day getting up and moving.


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No list of games to improve brain function can be compiled without mentioning Sudoku. A classic, Sudoku is a logic game that gives you a square of 3×3 cubes. You must place numbers between 1 and 9 in each cube without repeating the numbers in the square or in their columns and rows.

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According to a study published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, the more people over 50 play games like Sudoku, the better their brains work. What’s more, there are tons of Sudoku apps for you to choose from the Google Play Store and the App Store that won’t cost you money!


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Luminosity is a mental training program that helps your memory and improves problem solving skills. The game was created by neuroscientists and works in psychology.

When you download the app, it will ask you what skills you want to practice—memory, attention, ability to switch between tasks, speed and more. The app also tests you to see how you compare to those in your age group and then uses it to create customized training programs to improve your skills.

Luminosity has a paid tier and a free tier. While the free tier lets you play two games, Luminosity’s subscription model, which costs $44.83 per year, includes more than 40 minigames.

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Monument Valley

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If you are interested in game features, this game is for you. Based on the artwork of famous graphic artist MC Escher, Monument Valley is an indie puzzle game where you control the architecture of magnificent buildings and guide a mysterious princess through them.

While the previous games in this list challenge you, this game promotes creativity and encourages you to think differently to move from one level to another. Unlike the other entries on this list, Monument Valley is a paid game and costs US$3.99 to purchase on the Google Play Store and the App Store.

In a world where we are all on our mobile devices, it is necessary to find ways to use products in that time. Avid gamers reading this article should be told that they are wasted playing a video game, which is far from the truth. Not only does gaming help keep your brain healthy, but it has also been proven to improve mental health. So, when you want to clear and play a game, do it without any mistakes. Happy gaming everyone!

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