Tag archive for ‘brain games’

4 Fantastic iPad Games

by Luke McKinney - on Dec 18th 2012 - No Comments
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The most awful anti-productive attitude is thinking, “I’ll waste a few minutes on games instead of working.” It should be, “Woohoo, time for some fun!” Too many people parse games in terms of what you’re not doing. Avoiding work, killing time, waiting impatiently, a whole range of negative words which view gaming as slightly...

The Best iPad Board Games

by Luke McKinney - on Sep 12th 2012 - 1 Comment
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Board games are called “bored games” by people who miss the point and prefer ancient puns to actually enjoying themselves. But it’s not their fault! These poor souls had their sense of fun beaten out of them by a barrage of games which should be banned under the Geneva Convention. Mouse Trap taught you that life was random chance...

8 Stress Relief Games To Put You At Ease

by Chris Cairns - on Jun 19th 2012 - No Comments
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No matter what line of work that you do, you’re going to have days where you feel like ripping out your hair and screaming at somebody. We’ve all been there. Before you melt down or do something stupid that lands you on the evening news, it’s probably a better idea to relax with some stress relief games. Yes, there are...

4 Brain Training Resources That Make You Smarter

by Luke McKinney - on Aug 28th 2011 - No Comments
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The most important part of a smart life is being smart, which is one of those incredibly obvious things only intelligent people really get. Millions of people accept intelligence as some kind of luck of the draw, which only goes to show that intelligence doesn’t apply to them. Saying “they’re smart” almost excuses them from doing...

20 Games Sites To Build Your Brain In The Office

by Luke McKinney - on Sep 24th 2010 - No Comments
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Your workday offers endless interruptions, delays, or just a few minutes of break, which aren’t long enough to plan an escape but you don’t want to sit staring at your fingernails. That’s why games like FreeCell and Farmville are so popular, despite being the electronic equivalent of pouring NyQuil directly onto your...