Schelowski Games Brings iOS Puzzle Game, Brain Lines: Cognitive Puzzles

October 02, 2017 - Game developer Schelowski Games has come out with Brain Lines: Cognitive Puzzles, a cognitive game that is puzzle-based and tests your thinking ability and intelligence. This game is designed for iOS users, and can stimulate the brain of gamers as well as improve their visual skills, logic and focus.

An extremely addictive game, Brain Lines has more than 250 puzzles to challenge the brain. This is an engaging game and users will love to play them over and over again. Gamers need to tap each dot and connect all the lines. Each line can be used just once. All the dots must be connected without repeating any of the lines, in order to complete a puzzle. When any line is repeated, gamers need to start all over again. They are awarded with stars depending on how quickly they complete every puzzle.

This iOS brain game is designed to offer neurobics and cognitive training for the stimulation of the brain. It can boost various cognitive skills, such as psychosocial functioning, reading, working memory, problem solving abilities and attention. Gamers need to use their logical power and attention while concentrating on which dot or line they should pick for completing every puzzle.

Brain Lines is available free to download and play from the Apple App store. With more than 250 levels, this addictive puzzle game is ideal for teasing the brain of kids as well as adults, and offering them an entertaining pastime at the same time.

About Schelowski Games:
Founded by Alex Schelowski, Schelowski Games is a game developer that has given plenty of successful iOS games such as UP Mania and Bounce Orbit. It is also into the development of attractive cognitive puzzles, such as Brain Lines: Cognitive Puzzles.

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Company: Schelowski Games
Contact Person: Alex Schelowski (Owner)
Phone no: 862-432-2445
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