Lumosity
Lumosity
04/22/2017 at 22:55. Facebook
Have you noticed that a lot of our games are inspired by nature? While training your brain, you may find yourself planting vegetables in Organic Order; photographing and collecting beautiful birds in Eagle Eye; feeding fish in Playing Koi; or trying not to get distracted by the flock in Lost in Migration. This Earth Day, we hope that you enjoy training your brain with our visually inspiring...
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Have you noticed that a lot of our games are inspired by
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Jeremy Cornelius
Joe Wooten
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/22/2017 at 17:24. Facebook
Jenny Fischer
Jeremy Cornelius
Ralph Henn
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/21/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
From engineering to design to QA and beyond, our games are the result of team efforts. Yet there’s one team player essential to the process of fine-tuning our games who often goes unsung: our members. We started posting Early Access versions of Language games like Continuum, Editor’s Choice, and Contextual over a year ago. Since then, they’ve inspired feedback from language lovers and word...
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From engineering to design to QA and beyond our games are the
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Lumosity
Lumosity
04/20/2017 at 18:33. Facebook
We're proud to launch our new Disillusion Insight! Starting today, Lumosity subscribers can play Disillusion five times to unlock an in-depth analysis of their game performance. The new Insight also takes coaching a step further: it will show you where you could have placed a tile to improve your score in your last game. Find out more in our blog post: [ Lumosity.com Link ]
Were proud to launch our new Disillusion Insight Starting today Lumosity subscribers
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/19/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
In the game Contextual, users are presented with a short narrative and asked to identify and replace any words that have been misused, based on the story’s context. Every story in this reading comprehension game has to be interesting, with broad appeal, to keep players engaged. Find out how we develop stories for Contextual in our new blog post: [ Bit.ly Link ] and play this language game on...
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In the game Contextual users are presented with a short narrative and
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Guni Ellerbe
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/17/2017. Facebook
A quick challenge for you: What are the synonyms for the word boastful from the words listed in this image? (No peeking at a thesaurus!) If you enjoy playing word games, start training your vocabulary proficiency, reading comprehension, and verbal fluency with our new Language category games. Play on web [ Bit.ly Link ], iOS, or Android.
A quick challenge for you What are the synonyms for the word
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Auður Torfadóttir
Amy Giorkas
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/14/2017. Facebook
In celebration of our new Language games category – which we’ve recently made available across mobile and web – we’re unlocking the game Contextual to all users, starting today until Tuesday, April 18th. Log into your account, click on this link [ Bit.ly Link ] and play!

If you haven’t challenged your reading comprehension with Contextual yet, this is your chance to try it for free. Happy...
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In celebration of our new Language games category which weve recently made
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Anna Patrick
Liz Graff Sanders
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/13/2017. Facebook
Dr. Seuss, Toni Morrison, Niccolò Paganini, Jean-Paul Sartre: these are just a few visionaries you might learn about in Contextual, one of our new language games that challenges reading comprehension. Find out how we develop stories for Contextual in our blog post: [ Bit.ly Link ] and don’t forget to play Contextual on web ([ Bit.ly Link ] and mobile.
Dr Seuss Toni Morrison Niccolò Paganini JeanPaul Sartre these are just a
Carlos Salup
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/12/2017. Facebook
Our members have played our Attention games over 64 million times this year! Train of Thought and Trouble Brewing, which both challenge divided attention, are our most popular games in this category, amounting to 40 million gameplays over the last three months. Way to go, brain trainers! Which Attention game is your favorite?

Play on web [ Bit.ly Link ] or download our iOS or Android apps....
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Our members have played our Attention games over 64 million times this
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Nati Cohen
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/11/2017. Facebook
Did you know that today is National Pet Day? For all of you who love pets, and care for them, happy National Pet Day!

Make sure to challenge your Problem Solving skills by playing one of our most popular games, Pet Detective! Play now on web [ Bit.ly Link ] or download our iOS and Android apps:

For iOS - [ Apple.co Link ]
For Android - [ Bit.ly Link ]

How many pets can you return to their...
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Did you know that today is National Pet Day For all of
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Karen Tullgren
Carlos Salup
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/10/2017. Facebook
Have you heard? We recently launched our Language games category across all platforms — web and mobile! Three of the new Language games — Taking Root, Editor’s Choice, and Continuum — are vocabulary proficiency games, while Contextual is a reading comprehension game that allows members to practice reading, processing, and understanding written language. Word Bubbles is a verbal fluency game...
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Have you heard We recently launched our Language games category across all
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Feelings of life
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Lumosity
Lumosity
04/07/2017. Facebook
Today we have a special user spotlight: Laine lives in Virginia and is one of our best Word Bubbles players, having achieved level 5 in this challenging verbal fluency game!

A writer and a logophile, she’s been a Lumosity member since 2013 and trains between 6 and 7 times a week. In addition to Word Bubbles, Laine’s favorite games are Continuum and Trouble Brewing. Let’s congratulate Laine...
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Today we have a special user spotlight Laine lives in Virginia and
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Frances Woolman
Cheryl Cooper
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/06/2017. Facebook
We’re excited to launch our new Language games category across all platforms — web and mobile! This new category is the culmination of two years of work by the Lumosity Games team to conceptualize, research, develop, and polish a suite of five word games that allow our community to practice and engage their English vocabulary. Learn more about how the Language games category was developed and...
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Were excited to launch our new Language games category across all platforms

Introducing Lumosity's New Language Games

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The Platypus Institute
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Lumosity
Lumosity
04/05/2017. Facebook
Congrats to all of you, Train of Thought lovers!

A look into your gameplays data shows that our subscribers’ average score in Train of Thought has increased since we launched this game’s insight. The Train of Thought insight analyzes your gameplay and offers you tips for how you can plan more efficiently to raise your scores. Play now to update your report [ Bit.ly Link ] and read more about...
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Congrats to all of you Train of Thought lovers
Cameron Rohrscheib
Fiona Faith Daniel
Rhonda Voyles
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/04/2017. Facebook
Do you need an extra dose of coffee to get through the week? Play Trouble Brewing for free starting today until Friday, April 7th. Log into your account, click on this link ([ Bit.ly Link ] ) and play!

How many cups can you make and serve on time?
Do you need an extra dose of coffee to get through the
Gale Grey
Rhonda Voyles
Jenny Quick
Lumosity
Lumosity
04/03/2017. Facebook
Lumosity is for everybody. From bookworms, to math lovers, and space travelers. Which game do you love the most?

You can play on web: [ Bit.ly Link ] or download our apps.

For iOS: [ Apple.co Link ]
For Android: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Lumosity is for everybody From bookworms to math lovers and space travelers
Carlos Salup
Karen La Rue
Vera MP
Lumosity
Lumosity
03/30/2017. Facebook
In developing an Insight for Lost in Migration, we observed that people tend to fall into one of three categories when dealing with matching versus non-matching flocks. There are adaptive players, who tend to slow down for non-matching flocks to focus on accuracy; balanced players typically slow down just a little to stay accurate; and steady players maintain an even pace whether the flock is...
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In developing an Insight for Lost in Migration we observed that people
Melin Ved
Lauren Smith
Elizabeth Chilcote
Lumosity
Lumosity
03/29/2017. Facebook
This is an early art concept for one of our current speed games that never left our artist Sarah's sketchbook. Can you guess to which game this concept was initially created for?

HINT: This game tasks you to separate objects evenly.

Have you done your Lumosity training today? [ Bit.ly Link ]
This is an early art concept for one of our current speed
Joyce Wickizer Nielsen
Lumosity
Lumosity
03/28/2017. Facebook
Sean Rupe, one of our most dedicated brain trainers, recently achieved the highest level in Train of Thought, directing all 90 trains to their matching stations!

Check out Sean’s perfect gameplay on Youtube: [ Bit.ly Link ] and share your results with us in the comments — you might be featured in our user spotlights, too! Let's congratulate Sean for his amazing performance!
Sean Rupe one of our most dedicated brain trainers recently achieved the
Skylar Ward
Lucy Gomez
Cheryl Cooper
Lumosity
Lumosity
03/27/2017. Facebook
Add some color to your Monday with Color Match!
We’re unlocking this challenging flexibility game for all users, until Friday, March 31st. Train your response inhibition skills by playing Color Match on web, iOS or Android.

Log into your account, click on this link [ Bit.ly Link ], and play! What's the highest level you've reached in Color Match?
Add some color to your Monday with Color Match
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Christa Velbel
Steph Salus