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  • Play "Happy Hopper" online and help boost your cognitive skills.

  • Have fun with this brain training resource.

  • Stimulate your response time with this game.

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Brain game "Happy Hopper": What does it consist of?

Happy Hopper is a great way to challenge your response time, estimation, and inhibition skills. The aim of the game is to reach the cloud of flies by jumping on the stones while avoiding obstacles.

This game has been designed to stimulate our response time by the speed of the stones over which the frog must jump. It is a game that adapts according to the level of the user, so it is suitable for everyone from 7 and up. This makes Happy Hopper the perfect choice for those who want to stimulate the mind and help strengthen cognitive skills.

Mind games like CogniFit's Happy Hopper allow us to train our estimation skills and help stimulate cognitive abilities through neuroplasticity.

The aim of the game is to reach the cloud of flies by jumping on the stones.

As each level increases, you will have to avoid the different obstacles.

You must try to jump as fast as possible and decide if you should jump higher when the obstacle is bigger.

Why are games like "Happy Hopper" so popular? - History

Games like Happy Hopper have a special jumping feature. The first commercial game to use jumping as a main objective was Donkey Kong in 1981. The idea behind using jumping is to keep the user engaged with what is happening in the game and to reinforce their response time to different stimuli.

The developers at CogniFit after studying several games managed to develop Happy Hopper as a training tool by incorporating elements of speed, double jumps, and obstacles so that your cognitive skills are constantly being tested.

How does the "Happy Hopper" mind game improve my cognitive skills?

Playing games like CogniFit's Happy Hopper stimulates a specific neural activation pattern. Repeatedly playing and consistently training this pattern helps neural circuits reorganize and recover weakened or damaged cognitive functions.

Consistently stimulating our skills can help create new synapses, and help neural circuits reorganize and improve cognitive functions. The Happy Hopper game seeks to stimulate skills related to inhibition and estimation.

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Graphic projection of neural networks after 3 weeks.

Graphic projection of neural networks after 3 weeks.

What happens when I don't train my cognitive abilities?

Our brain tends to save resources by eliminating unused connections. If a cognitive skill is not normally used, the brain does not provide resources for that neuronal activation pattern, so it becomes weaker and weaker. If we do not train that cognitive function, we become less efficient in our day-to-day activities.

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