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Train with our Attention Games

Get your exercise in with games designed to keep you focused.

May we train your attention? Dive into a collection of stimulating games designed to target skills like divided attention, timing, selective attention, and field of view. You’ll put your skills to the test in fan favorites like Train of Thought and our popular coffee game, Trouble Brewing. 1

Trouble Brewing

In this game, your task is to fill multiple coffee orders at once. The more orde...

Assist Ants

Train your divided attention skills by preventing ant collisions.

Lost in Migration

Lost in Migration exercises your attention abilities. Games like Lost in Migrati...

Train of Thought

Your task is to guide an increasing number of trains to their stations. You must...

Playing Koi

In Playing Koi, you must feed a school of fish, but there’s a catch: the fish mo...

Feel The Beat

Exercise your rhythm skills by playing the drums on your keyboard.

Skyrise

Based on the challenging limited-hold task, Skyrise exercises visual attention. ...

Star Search

Quickly scan for the unique object among a constellation of items that have simi...

The Science of Attention

Level up with these brain stimulating games, including fan-favorites the Lumosity train game, Train of Thought, and the Lumosity coffee game, Trouble Brewing.

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Ratings

4.7 rating on App Store

"I’ve learned a lot from Lumosity about how my mind works depending on how much sleep I’ve had, how much exercise I get, and how much my mood affects my mental functions."

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Judy, Washington

"My maths efficiency has really improved so much since I have been playing every day. I used to think I was awful at maths but it turns out I am not too shabby after all!"

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Lynette, London

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Lumos Labs conducted a randomized study of Lumosity brain training, and participants were instructed to train five days per week, for fifteen minutes each day. After ten weeks of training, Lumosity users improved more than the control group on our assessments of working memory, short term memory, processing speed, fluid intelligence, arithmetic reasoning, and overall cognitive function.