Blinken (Memory Enhancement Game)

KDE Education Project (Albert Astals Cid, Danny Allen) (Freeware)

Blinken (Memory Enhancement Game) is a program that helps foster brain development. It primarily serves the purpose of training the brain when it comes to memorization. Program users can rely on this particular program when they feel the need for an enhanced sense of memory. It increases their skills by having them engage in a simple yet entertaining game. The object of the game is for the players to correctly remember patterns using colors and sounds.

When it comes to the interface of the Blinken (Memory Enhancement Game) program, there are four colored buttons that do not only light up but also makes a sound. A particular sound is distinct to a specific color. The game starts with shorter sequences that are presented in a slower pace. As the game progresses, the sequences become longer and the intervals become shorter. The player has to recreate the sequences that have been generated by the computer program. Successfully doing so will lead to higher points and advancement in the game but when mistakes are made, the game ends automatically and the player is required to start from stage 1.

The game was created and released under the KDE Education Project and is free to use.