Los Angeles-based Anti-AgingGames.com, a new startup offering up brain fitness games, has launched today, aiming at healthy people looking to help their memory, concentration, and focus. The site--whose games were designed by Atari founder Nolan Bushnell--offers up online games which have been vetted by scientists to help reduce the risk of early memory loss. The firm was co-founded by Elizabeth Amini and Brent Bushnell. Anti-AgingGames advisors include Nolan Bushnell, who was the founder of Atari and the videogame industry, as well as slate of neuroscientists from The Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine, Rockefeller University, Stanford University, and UCLA.
Top NewsTuesday, May 10, 2011
Anti-AgingGames.com Launches Brain Fitness Site