- A brain training program, using fun and cultural games. This program has been labeled MedAppCare, and a 6-month scientific study has shown very positive results.
- Increasing levels to progress at your own pace and set new goals.
- You can follow your progress performance within the application, or you will be accompanied each Monday by Suzie, your brain coach.
- Challenge your friends or a member of the community!
- The games will be updated regularly, and new activities will be offered.
- Available on smartphone or tablet, Clint works without internet. Ideal to take with you!
THE CLINT PROGRAM IS A BRAIN GAMES APP FOR ADULTS
With Clint, train your memory, your attentiveness, your concentration, your mental agility and your well-being in everyday life.
Through playful and cultural brain teasers, training your brain becomes a pleasure! A monitoring platform allows you to track your progress and set new goals. Each brain game was developed in partnership with adults and seniors, as well as health professionals, to ensure that all cognitive functions such as working and visuospatial memory, speed, etc. are well stimulated. The program aims to improve intellectual performance, cognitive autonomy and improve the quality of life of the user.
Thus, the goal is to challenge, learn and stimulate while playing fun brain games.
A BRAIN GAMES PROGRAM ADAPTED FOR EACH CULTURE
Three versions are now available for Stim’Art Clint :
MORE THAN 23 BRAIN GAMES TO TRAIN YOUR MEMORY
The brain training app Clint already has 23 games for the brain and is updated every month with new games and new content. Memory games are a mix of cultural games (general knowledge quiz, timelines of events, literature…) and brain teasers that test reflexes, focus and attention.
The Walker: You must help the walker find the right path. Be careful, you are provided a lot of pieces, but they are not necessarily useful. With this game, you work on your logic as well as your visuo-spatial functions.
Quizzle: In this game, you test your general knowledge! Answer a great many questions on History, Geography, Cinema, etc. and find the hidden picture. This game triggers your long-term memory!
ColorForm: You have to find the same form/color as in the example. This game has a multiplayer mode. It stimulates your focus as well as your visual memory and your visuo-spatial functions.
Calculus: It is a mental math game. You can either choose to have multiple choices or you can play the free response mode.
Sudoku : The famous japanese puzzle in which you have to fill the grid with the right numbers. For more fun, you can also play with shapes instead of numbers!
Crazy Waterfall: You have to find the differences between symbols displaying on the screen. With this game, you work on your focus, your executive functions, your speed, and your visuo-spatial functions.
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MULTIPLAYER GAMES TO PLAY WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Indeed, two is better than one so we implemented the split-screen mode for some brain games. May the best person win!
MEET SUZIE, YOUR BRAIN COACH
That way, you can follow your progress in everyday life and build a brain games program according to your needs.
You have access to all your statistics and analysis on your online monitoring platform, where you can access your success rates, your favorite games, the evolution of your results over time, but also the evolution of your well-being.
A great deal of information that can be useful to you to train daily on our program of memory games, Stim’Art Clint.
Besides, your brain coach Suzie sends your weekly report every Monday morning and recommends which memory games to use depending on your objectives.
- A complete adoption by seniors. More than 54 days of playing time per user over the 6-month period.
- An increasing number of minutes. 38 minutes of daily use per user after six months
- A difficulty level on the rise. An average of 1.90 games per day and per user after 6 months played in “difficult” level
- A success rate on the rise. 70.84% of overall success rate after 6 months
- An evolution of well-being. 14 out of 15 seniors felt better