UK gaming market is in a free fall, a survey of top UK publishers says, with a drop in revenues and game sales and a dip in players.The results of a survey commissioned by the British Board of Games, published Monday, showed publishers have been losing ground on one another in recent years.They are losing about 10% of their market share, and revenue from games has dropped by 40% in the past five y...
Brain games are a bit of a buzzword these days.
Brain games can be made in the real world, and they are great for learning about different brain functions, and how your brain works.
However, they are not a complete brain game, and brain games are not perfect.
What if you could make a game that could give you an insight into your own brain?
In this post, we will take you through the process of creating brain games.
We will also take a look at the difference between the two types of brain games and their differences.
In the next few sections, we’ll explain how you can go about creating a brain games, and we will explore some of the key differences between brain games which will hopefully help you make better brain games yourself.