One of the most popular brain-training games is “Elevate”. The game gained worldwide popularity for its variety of great fun features. However, there is a lot of controversy around the world about brain-training games. But still few games can help you out to gain some necessary knowledge and build some skills. And at the same time, it can affect your brain positively or negatively depending upon how you act to that and on some circumstances.

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Well, some studies say brain-training games can improve “the executive function, working memory, processing speed et cetera [Although there are less amount of games in the world can benefit you right that way]. On the contrary, some studies say they don’t boost your cognitive skills. They just make you feel smarter, not make you really smarter.

By the way, you have to choose it by yourself. If you see, they are nothing productive, spreading nudity, violence or  just wasting your time for nothing, you can easily leave them. And yeah you should do that. You agree or not! There will always be both positive and negative effects with gaming.

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Alright, let’s talk about Elevate. In 2014, it won Apple's 'App of the Year' award [1]. It has also been selected as the 'Editors' Choice' in the Google Play Store. In each part of it, the user has to face many fun multiple choice questions and puzzles. Over time, you have to go through easy tasks to difficult tasks gradually. This popular game has many hot features. It mainly has 5 parts. These parts are- Listening, Writing, Reading, Speaking and Math. They will test your current position right just when you join up.

This game has been created with the help of many researchers and trainers.You can track your improvement, performance, skills etc. This popular game is designed in such a way that you can make the best use of your leisure time. SO yeah, you can give it a try.

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References :

[1] USA Today, Elevate, Retrieved From : on Dec 8, 2014.

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