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Brain Training for Nintendo Switch adds online World Championship in a new update

Dr Kawashima has been promising us an addition the latest Nintendo Switch of the game since launch – and now Nintendo he has delivered.

The game has been updated to version 1.2.0 adding the online Brain Training World Championship mode to the game. There’s also a new Working Memory Challenge added to daily training. A bunch of other updates including some to handwriting recognition have also made the cut.

The update is available right now.


Version 1.2.0

  • Online
    • Brain Training World Championship has been added to Daily Training.
      • Note: In order to use this feature, a paid membership to Nintendo Switch Online is required.
  • Features
    • Working Memory Challenge has been added to Daily Training.
      • Note: To use this feature, a Brain Age Score of 20 must be obtained after the update has been applied.
      • If you can’t get a Brain Age Score of 20, there are hints in-game for alternative ways to access the feature.
    • To improve handwriting recognition of the number 5, “1 Stroke” has been added to the Number 5 Recognition setting.
      • Please see the Settings in Daily Training.
  • General
    • Hand-shape recognition tips have been added to the explanations for Rock, Paper, Scissors Test, Finger Calculations and Finger Drills.
    • Various improvements have been made to handwritten number recognition.
      • In Continuous Countdown, if the game is finding it hard to recognise when you write a 4 or a 7 in the tens column, and recognises it as something else (for instance, 11, 12 or 17), try writing the rest of your answer in the units column regardless.
    • Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.
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