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'[[File:Flash_Focus.svg|250px|right]]''''Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day''''' is a [[Nintendo DS]] video game released in [[2007]]-[[2008]] (the later only referring to Australia). The game is considered a spirtiual successor to ''[[Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!]]'' in that it involves short sessions that are intended to improve your daily activities, with this particular game supposedly improving your vision and possibly your hand-eye coordination. Despite critical backlash, the game won best [[Nintendo DS]] game of 2007 at the German Games Convention.
 
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'''''Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day''''' is a [[Nintendo DS]] video game released in [[2007]]-[[2008]] (the later only referring to Australia). The game is considered a spirtiual successor to ''[[Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!]]'' in that it involves short sessions that are intended to improve your daily activities, with this particular game supposedly improving your vision and possibly your hand-eye coordination. Despite critical backlash, the game won best [[Nintendo DS]] game of 2007 at the German Games Convention.''
 
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Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day is a Nintendo DS video game released in 2007-2008 (the later only referring to Australia). The game is considered a spirtiual successor to Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! in that it involves short sessions that are intended to improve your daily activities, with this particular game supposedly improving your vision and possibly your hand-eye coordination. Despite critical backlash, the game won best Nintendo DS game of 2007 at the German Games Convention.

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