To many, the brain is a big squishy piece of stuff which just kinds of sits in one’s head and helps us to function (unless it’s very, very early in the morning). What we spend very little time contemplating and celebrating, however, is just how much of it we use all the time, particularly when we’re doing extremely complex and important tasks, such as completing a certain level on our Perplexus. In honour of this, we thought we’d do a little blog about the parts of your noggin that are exercised during vigorous Perplexus playing sessions, some of which you may not have even known existed…
The Frontal Lobe: The part of the brain used for problem solving and reasoning, both of which are essential for getting the ball in the hole in your Perplexus. Like any squishy part, the more you use it, the stronger it becomes.
Broca’s Area: In control of speech and facial nerves. Perfect for exclaiming and pulling silly faces as you concentrate on moving the Perplexus around to solve the puzzle.
The Medulla Oblongata: It’s because of this part of the brain that we can ever play Perplexus as all, and give it our full concentration. The Medulla Oblongata controls the body’s automatic functions, such as breathing, meaning we can dedicate more thought to important things, such as playing our fave games.
If you’d like any more information about a brain training Perplexus, please do get in touch and one of our team will help you out.