A great way to keep your brain (and your memory) in good working condition is to challenge it with new problems regularly.
I like to have a puzzle type game on my phone that I will play every once in a while. (Usually while watching a movie with my wife)
The key is to change to a new puzzle game once you start getting good. Some people will play sudoku every day, some people like crossword puzzles. But the problem is, once you’ve done it so many times, it doesn’t engage your whole brain any more and it becomes less effective.
So switch it up! Play a game or do a puzzle that makes you think. Play it for a few weeks or months depending on how often you play until you have figured the strategy out. Then move on to a new puzzle game.
Here are some of the games that I have played in the past:
Spider Solitare (Spider Solitaire - Apps on Google Play)
Shikaku (Shikaku - online puzzle game)
Ripple Effect (Ripple Effect (puzzle) - Wikipedia)
Yajilin (Yajilin - Wikipedia)
LITS (LITS - Wikipedia)
2048 (2048 - Apps on Google Play)
Griddlers (Griddlers Plus - Apps on Google Play)
Scale (Scale - Apps on Google Play)
Tetris Style Game (Puzzle Game - Apps on Google Play)
And Finally… My current game Paper.io (Paper.io - Apps on Google Play)
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