Joe Bragg Gains Plaudits for Its Free Memory Games and Brain Exercises


San Fransisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/04/2012 -- Scientists say that the brain should be exercised on a regular basis. Just like any muscle in our body, the brain needs to be constantly worked in order to stay in shape. Fortunately, the internet is home to a wide range of brain games that make it fun and easy to achieve a better memory and keep the brain in shape. has been getting a lot of attention lately for its range of free popular brain games. These include classic brain games like Chess and Tic Tac Toe, as well as a number of newer games like Fun Math or Add Like Mad. The games are free and easy to understand, and many of the games don’t require users to read any instructions before starting to play.

A spokesperson for explained how the website wants to help keep users – and their brains – entertained:

“We are massive fans of brain based games so set about creating the best resource on the net for free brain games. We’ve carefully chosen each and every game on our website. The games we choose have to be free and fun to play, but they also have to work the brain in some way or another. That’s why we offer puzzle games, memory tests, math games, and other educational activities. We’ve been inundated lately with thank you emails from users which is incredibly gratifying.”

The games on are designed to appeal to people of any age group. Children will be able to understand simple games like Add Like Mad, while adults will appreciate the strategic elements of games like Sudoko or Chess.

While users are not forced to sign up to the site in order to play games, membership has a number of unique advantages. Members can add a list of favorite games to their dashboard, for example, and members will have their score tracked over all the games they play. High-scoring users will be recognized on the front page of the site under the “Top Players” section.

When designing the website, the creators of wanted to differentiate themselves from other sites. While other brain game websites charge hefty subscription fees to their users, chose to adopt a different approach. is 100% free to use, a feature which it expects will win over many visitors. A spokesperson commented:

“People don’t like to pay to play games on the internet. At Neuro Arcade, we recognize that. Every one of our games is 100% free to play, and we work hard to bring users the best possible entertainment value without charging a dime. We are also constantly adding games to keep our regular visitors entertained and tested.”

About offers a number of free puzzles, strategy games, memory tests, word games, and more. The website seeks to provide games that are both entertaining and educational. For more information, please visit