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How Puzzle Games Exercise The Brain

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How Puzzle Games Exercise The Brain

Author : Aim Murtja

Submitted : 2011-10-02 12:59:09    Word Count : 422    Popularity:   26

Tags:   puzzle, games, gaming, puzzles, computers, internet, entertainment, teens, kids

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There are plenty of people out there who enjoy computer games, and the reasons why they enjoy them can vary. Sometimes it is about the simple pleasures - blasting spaceships, beating up miscreants or recreating a sporting match. Sometimes, equally, it is about giving the brain a little bit of exercise.

The truth of the matter is that games can simultaneously be fun and educational. Although the word "edutainment" may send many people running for the hills - and to be honest, it does seem like a clumsy way to describe something that is fun and educational - the concept is quite solid, given what we know about the brain.

Puzzle games come in so many forms that it is hard to describe the archetypal example - they may test any one of, or any combination of, the mental skills that are required to succeed educationally. They may do this in a number of ways too, and among the free puzzle games on the internet there are countless good examples.

In playing these games you can benefit educationally because it doesn't place the emphasis on learning; therefore the pressure is not about remembering something. Your mind absorbs things just by carrying out actions, and therefore you can, effectively, learn by accident.

To complete the tasks required in a computer game, it will usually be necessary to use various parts of the brain. Just like any other body part, with repeated use the brain will become stronger and more dextrous. Playing a challenging video game, including online puzzle games, will help in this respect.

There are countless good puzzle games online, and each one of them exercises your brain in some way. They are not dry resources, they encourage you to learn by participating. They show you rather than telling you, and this is what makes them such a valuable resource for educators. They help to teach even those students who are resistant to learning.

With the great available of the puzzle games out there, your children can even exercise their brain and have great improvements within a short amount of time. There are even many studies which prove that puzzles can increase brain activity and make you more intelligent. The iq levels will increase over time. Thus there are many benefits of playing puzzle games online apart from just some entertainment when you are feeling bored. These are perfect for children as well as adults. We have a huge collection which you can browse right away.

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