Stuff I do on the Internet: Lumosity

April 11, 2012 § 4 Comments


Lumosity comes from the word Latin root word Lumos, which means no one cares about Latin.  The company’s goal is to improve your cognitive abilities through a series of games (if you don’t know what cognitive means, you might want to sign up).  The games revolve around 5 categories each specifically designed to improve an aspect of your memory, speed, attention, problem solving, and of course shooting lasers from your eyes.

The trial period lasts for three days.  I was planning on paying the $6.70 a month for a year plan; however, I realized after doing brain training for a few weeks for free I should become smart enough to find a way to use the service year round without paying.  As a result, I am now on my second account.  Here were my scores after 3 days.  Note: I didn’t read the directions and worsened my scores severely.

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I am challenging all of you to try to beat my scores.  To challenge me, click here

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