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    Posted July 17, 2014 by
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    If Lumosity digital games actually work in improving your brain, then Eye-Q, Visual Puzzles for Artists, Architects and Reason-able People (or the Big Book of Visual Puzzles, if you prefer) works better. Why? Simply because these pen and paper puzzles allow you the time to think. Thinking improves the mind the way that curling dumb-bells improves the biceps. And while digital games give you the opportunity to think, they don't give you the time to think. Digital games are a test of reaction. They are reflexive. Pen and paper puzzles, the Eye-Q pen and paper puzzles, test your mental mettle. They are reflective.

    The 16 plus different types of puzzles that I designed for the book (and they are all my own inventions and re-inventions) are also meditative, fun, challenging, beautiful, original, and multi(ne)farious.

    So if you want to really improve your mind, or if you just enjoy intellectual challenges, check out the Eye-Q book. It is now available through Kickstarter. It is only available through Kickstarter, And it is only available through to August 13.

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/konokopia/big-book-of-visual-puzzles

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