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Speed games made for you

Challenge your speed with our best brain games

Can you make your fast, faster? It’s worth a shot! Train your information processing and visualization skills with our collection of stimulating speed games, including fan-favorites River Ranger and Highway Hazards. 1

Highway Hazards

In Highway Hazards, you quickly dodge obstacles in a race through the desert — t...

River Ranger

In River Ranger, you must quickly spot animals in a river, and remember which an...

Speed Pack

In this game, you fit the last item into an already filled suitcase. That means ...

Speed Match

A fast-paced exercise, Speed Match exercises your brain’s ability to process inf...

Penguin Pursuit

Penguin Pursuit makes you use your spatial orientation, your ability to adjust y...

Splitting Seeds

In this game, you evenly divide a pile of seeds. To do this quickly, you’ll need...

Spatial Speed Match

Spatial Speed Match is an information-processing game with a strong spatial comp...

Speed Match Overdrive

By making you consider shapes and colors individually in a fast-paced game, Spee...

The Science of Speed

Lumosity speed games are designed by scientists to target several areas of information processing. With over 95 million users since 2005, Lumosity is the world’s #1 brain-training app.

10 years, 100 million members

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.