Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Posted by Darius Wey in "Pocket PC Software" @ 12:00 PM
"SPB Software, a leading mobile software developer, announces that the Windows Mobile Classic and Professional (touchscreen) version of its famous developmental game SPB Brain Evolution has received a major update and now reached version 2.0. SPB Brain Evolution is available since January 2007 and by now has achieved the world's best selling Windows Mobile game status (year 2008). The game allows hundreds of thousands of users worldwide to improve their mental awareness and maintain their newly achieved brain fitness. The game currently contains twelve exercises which, put together, help users to keep their mind in a proper shape. These exercises are Sudoku, Numbers, Arithmetics, Quadronica, Guess Who, Memorica, Encyclopedia, Minesweeper, Matches, Balltracker, Geometry and Pairs, the latter two being completely new. They help user to exercise such basic mind activities as logic, arithmetic and memory. While the training mode prepares you for the battle the marking mode allows you to register your progress. The game also allows tracking the progress in your personal brain evolution which immediately becomes available in the form of a diagram or a score."
While the tech world can't stop talking about what games the Zune HD might pack, and what 99c gaming wonder might hit the iPhone next, Spb Software continues to deliver some neat little games for Windows Mobile. The good folks there have just pushed Spb Brain Evolution 2.0 out the door, and in the process, they've added two new exercises, achievements, Twitter integration, a new scoring system, a touch-friendly UI, and support for 480 x 800 displays. To try or buy, head over to our affiliate software store. The full version is priced at $19.95. If you have v1.x, the upgrade is 50% off.