WhizApp
Did you ever hate Math class in primary school? Well, it’s good you saw it through; as WhizApp is a brain fitness game that tests the players numerical ability.

Developed by Akinde-Peters Joseph, WhizApp is a casual game that is expected to stimulate the user mentally through a series of mathematical questions, ranging from addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

You don’t require special skills or follow multiple instructions to get started. The game simply requires the user’s ability to process information fast, the ideal being that you can get to scale through each level within 60 seconds.

How Does It Work?

The game begins with the user registration. There’s nothing to the registration beyond the users name and sex. Once the registration is out of the way, the player can proceed.

As stated earlier, the game simply requires the player to answer a series of mathematical questions within 60 seconds.

The game has four levels, indicated on four tiles labeled Easy, Normal, Hard and Whiz. Each level has a minimum point requirement before the player can move to the next challenge.

The points written before each level is the minimum requirement to get into that particular level:

Easy – 0
Normal – 500 points
Hard – 2500 points
Whiz- 7000 points

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Every correct answer earns the player 10 points. The player is therefore expected to accumulate enough points to move to the next stage of the game, where the stake is raised.

WhizApp basically encourages the user to reason fast and make mental calculations within a short time frame. Of course, your knowledge of basic mathematics will come in handy. The major challenge lies on how fast you can answer the questions as they pop up consecutively.

Mentally stimulating games are believed in some quarters to improve specific mental aspects they focus on, such as memory, concentration and other cognitive areas.
WhizApp could save you some embarrassment when your niece or nephew tries to pick on your brain. And if you like Whiz App, you’ll definitely like HiQ, another Android app that presents you a brain teaser each time you try to unlock your screen.

WhizApp is available on Google Play Store for Android devices.

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