Focus Game

Focus Game

The goal of this game is to stay focused. The more points you collect the more focused you proved to be. All you need to do is move your mouse from right to left and up. Avoid falling down. Here we will provide some brain challenging focus game. We believe that working out your brain can improve the overall performance and health.

Focus Training

  • How to play: Simply click "PLAY", and start moving your mouse right or left.
  • Challenge: Can you get 5000 points before you lose?
  • Challenge a friend to perform better than you!
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Popular Anagrams

An anagram is a type of word play, by rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase, by using all the original letters without adding or omitting any new letters. Here are some popular anagrams:

  • A Gentleman = Elegant Man
  • The Mona Lisa = Oh, Lame Saint
  • Madonna of the Rocks = So dark the con of man
  • William Shakespeare = I am a weakish speller
  • George Bush = He bugs Gore
  • Desperation = A Rope Ends It
  • The Morse Code = Here Come Dots
  • Conversation = Voices Rant On
  • Mother-in-law = Woman Hitler
  • Slot Machines = Cash Lost in'em
  • Statue of Liberty = Built to Stay Free
  • Stairway to Heaven = Heavy Wire to Satan
  • Rome was not built in a day = Any labor I do wants time
Focus Game

Did you know?

Psychologists use anagram-oriented tests, often called "anagram solution tasks", to assess the implicit memory of young adults and adults alike. Also, did you know that multiple anagramming is a technique used to solve some kinds of cryptograms. A cryptogram is a type of puzzle which consists of a short piece of encrypted text. Other frequently used cryptograms are substitution ciphers where each letter is replaced by a different letter or number. To solve the puzzle, one must recover the original lettering.

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