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Left Brain Right Brain 2 Coming to DS
« on: October 23, 2008, 02:36:31 AM »
The sequel will help gamers increase their ambidexterity and brain power.

 Majesco Entertainment has announced that Left Brain Right Brain 2 will be coming to the Nintendo DS. Left Brain Right Brain 2 will allow players to improve their ambidexterity through a number brain taxing games.    

The game features over 20 mini-games that will test speed, memory, recognition, and more. To develop ambidexterity, players will need to repeatedly switch their hand of input during many of the games. Left Brain Right Brain 2 gives the player feedback on their skill with each of their hands. Local wireless play and an Exercise mode are included.      

Left Brain Right Brain 2 will be available this December.    


Sequel to Original Ambidexterity Trainer Offers New Drills to Develop Both Hands and Hemispheres of the Brain    

EDISON, N.J., October 15, 2008 - Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today announced Left Brain Right Brain 2 for Nintendo DS™. Developed by Kokolo Corporation, Left Brain Right Brain 2 helps players develop their ambidexterity by using both hands to play all-new mental training games that have an updated graphic presentation.    

The Left Brain Right Brain game series is designed to equally train a player's weak and dominant hands via logic-based mini-games that require players to rotate the DS in book style play. In Left Brain Right Brain 2, players use the Touch Screen in 20 new games based on speed, accuracy, association, recognition, memory and strategy. Games like Balloon Attack, Block Buster, Cosmic Seesaw and Space Escape, among others, strengthen the left and right hemispheres of the brain by making players switch hands throughout play. Afterwards, players can monitor personal progress and assess improvement by reviewing development percentages for each hand. Gamers can also tailor their favorite mental-training routine in the new Exercises mode, while testing 'good' and 'weak' hands via three random games in Ambidexterity Check. Finally, players can compete with a friend in both single and multi-card multiplayer mode to prove who has the mental skills to be truly ambidextrous.    

Left Brain Right Brain 2 for Nintendo DS™ is expected to release this December. For additional information about Majesco's exciting line of products, please visit:

Jared Rosenberg
Video Producer, Nintendo World Report