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DSi owners can stimulate their brain once again with the launch of the new Brain Training game from Nintendo.


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From today, the A Little Bit of… Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training Maths Edition will be available for download exclusively on the Nintendo DSi Shop for 800 Nintendo Points and will feature mathematical challenges and other fun exercises that you can use regularly to help you stay sharper in just a few minutes a day.

The new game from Dr. Kawashima brings fun brain exercise software to the Nintendo DSi and includes new features and exercises as well as the return of some classic brain exercises from the older Brain Training franchise.

As well as training with maths-oriented exercises, you can also relax with a game of Germ Buster. Or try the new Themes Mode, where you can practice your acting and drawing skills using the Nintendo DSi Camera, Touch Screen and microphone!

Free to download, the Nintendo DSi Browser allows your Nintendo DSi to access the internet. Once you have access to the internet, you can visit the Nintendo DSi Shop and shop for Nintendo DSiWare. The first time you visit the Nintendo DSi Shop, you will automatically receive 1,000 free Nintendo Points (available for a limited time only) which will allow you to download your choice of Nintendo DSiWare.

Nintendo DSiWare is available in four price categories: free, 200 points, 500 points, and 800 or more points.

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