Quincy Bioscience Launches Free Online Memory Games
08/08/2013

Creators of the number one memory supplement now offers free online "brain crunches."

Online PR News – 08-August-2013 – MADISON, WI (JULY 2013) – Quincy Bioscience, makers of the nation’s leading memory supplement, Prevagen, is thrilled to offer free online memory games. These games, coined “brain crunches,” are a fun and quick way to improve cognitive function and test personal memory capability.

Memory games have become progressively popular as general brain health awareness has increased. Studies have shown that one of the best ways for improving memory and enhancing cognitive ability is by playing memory games. These games are valuable because they challenge minds and condition the thinking process.

Quincy Bioscience has launched these free memory games to stress the importance of keeping minds in mobility and to provide a resource for those interested in enhancing their brain function. President and co-founder of Quincy Bioscience, Mark Underwood, believes that practicing cognitive exercise is crucial to keeping the brain strong. "Finding fun ways to exercise our brains is important,” Underwood said. “Research has shown that cross-training our brain is important for keeping mild memory loss associated with aging at bay."

Check out the seven free games that Quincy Bioscience has to offer. Each game is unique and designed to improve specific brain functions, such as organizational abilities, attention skills, higher level thinking, and more. Play brain crunches on the Prevagen website at www.prevagen.com by clicking the “Play Free Memory Games” banner.

• Memory Match – Designed to polish your attention and recall skills. The key is to find as many photo pairs before the time runs out.

• Find The Difference – Encourages the mind to focus on little details. Great memory game that helps the brain to develop strategies to search for the unexpected.

• Match – Created to target three important brain functions of visual processes, working memory and reaction time.

• Scrambles – Geared to work on higher level thinking skills. The game begins with many visual cues as guidance, then as difficulty increases, less visuals are shown.

• One Of These Things Is Not Like The Other – Requires quick, on-your-toes thinking and highly focused attention. The key is to race the clock to see how many puzzles one can solve before the time runs out.

• Categories – Made to improve organizational abilities by using learning, memory and speed skills. The task is to see how many photos can fit in the correct category within a given period of time.

• Find It – Requires memory, attention to detail and searching strategies. The purpose is to find as many hidden items as possible before the time runs out.

Quincy Bioscience encourages anyone is who interested in enhancing their memory skills and overall brain function to take advantage of this great resource. The brain crunches are free and available for everyone. For more information about Quincy Bioscience, please visit the website at www.quincybioscience.com.

About Quincy Bioscience:
Quincy Bioscience is a biotechnology company based in Madison, Wisconsin, focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of novel technologies to support good health in aging. The company’s products focus on supporting memory and cognitive health. Quincy Bioscience is set apart by its cutting-edge applications of the protein apoaequorin, which is breaking new ground in the area of brain health.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.