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Nanbazu – Strong Memory, Strong Arms!

Nanbazu is a first of its kind iPhone game featuring Hand Movement Recognition to solve puzzle memory games with your device by writing “air” numbers throughout the 25 levels of gameplay that is bound to improve visual memory, basic math skills, motor skills — and your forearms (not joking). If you like new ideas and are an individual who likes a challenge, then you will probably dig this new iPhone game. Maybe the name Nanbazu doesn’t grab you right away but wait until you dive into the 25 levels of gameplay — it’s definitely not what you expected.

It’s definitely different since this game uses the iPhone as a movement recognition device while you draw numbers in the air. Yep, sounded a bit weird to me too, but after I started to play I found the movement recognition was super accurate — after you learn how to correctly draw each number. Once you do, you can play through the 25 levels, which for most games appears to be a lack of content. However, you will find that there is more to this game than just trying to solve different number games. In fact, this app actually is like 25 different games wrapped into one, all revolving around numbers such as memory, adding, drawing falling number games (levels), and much more. While this game will definitely sharpen your mental skills, this iPhone game also gives you a heck of a forearm workout. I thought this was silly when I first read it, then I played for about 15 minutes continuously and found my arms tight as could be and I needed to take a break.

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The slogan by the developers is, “Strong Memory, Strong Arms” which is exactly what this game delivers. All 25 levels are locked initially but you can unlock them by playing or by paying an additional $0.99. If you ever get stuck there is a handy help screen that can be accessed at the bottom of every level, which pauses the game showing you how to draw each number (very handy). Nanbazu is not your normal game, but with so many games in the iTunes App Store, this game definitely stands out as unique. If you’re up to a memory challenge and a good arm workout at the same time, then this is your iPhone game. Kudos to the developers at Gripati Digital Entertainment for using the iPhone device’s technology in an out-of-the-box style game — maybe they should move this app to the Healthcare & Fitness category? Be sure to watch the iPhone video app demo for a complete demonstration of this application. Check out more of our iPhone video app demos. Crazy Mike

Nanbazu iPhone App Details

Title: Nanbazu
Price: $0.99
Category: Games
Size: 42.9 MB
Developer: Gripati Digital Entertainment
Store: iTunes App Store

Nanbazu iPhone App Download Link

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Nanbazu iPhone App Developers Description

iOS Universal

★ The First App on the App Store using Hand Movement Recognition! ★
★ Strong Memory. Strong Arms. ★

Nanbazu is a puzzle solving & memory game having unique game play, which allows you to use your device as an air pen. It is a new kind of game play. Writing numbers in the air by moving your iPhone/ iPad is the main concept of Nanbazu. This game includes 25 levels with different retina display environments having powerful combination with chill-out musics. Nanbazu is the best way to engage you to train your visual memory and basic math while increasing motor skills.

★ Story ★
We designed a unique puzzle solving & memory game with an unusual game play. We put lots of numbers in a box, created different levels, defined limited time, kept the score and gave it our tester. Our tester: “Hmm… That’s looks so good, wow! It can understand the numbers when I write them in the air.” He really liked it. Then we monitored his neural activity during visual working memory. We have analyzed the data in Gripati Clinics and figured out that Nanbazu improves visual memory. Three weeks later, Dr. D. has realized that our tester’s muscles are getting stronger day by day. According to Dr. D., one level of Nanbazu in a day can improve visual memory and make stronger arms. We feel very proud that we have invented next generation dumbbell. Nanbazu; “Strong Memory. Strong Arms.”

★ Instruction ★
1- Hold your iPhone/ iPad face to you.
2- Position iPhone/ iPad to the starting point of number.
3- Touch & hold the screen.
4- Write the number in the air.
5- Leave the screen when you finish the movement.
6- Nanbazu will understand which number you wrote.

★ Why should I play Nanbazu? ★
▸ To improve visual memory
▸ To improve math skills
▸ To make your arms stronger
▸ To test your IQ
▸ To teach your children how to write numbers
▸ To test your friends’ motor skill ability

★ Features ★
✓ New Kind of Game Play
✓ Hand Movement Recognition
✓ 25 Extraordinary Levels
✓ Retina Display Environments
✓ Chill-out Musics
✓ New Generation Dumbbell
✓ Game Center Leaderboard

★★ Which is the most interesting place to play Nanbazu? Capture and share the video in Nanbazu Facebook page. We will have some surprises for you!

★ WARNING! Overdose on Nanbazu may cause extreme power. ★

About Michael Vallez

Michael Vallez - (CrazyMike) is the Founder of Mike is a regular guy who has a tech side, specifically a love for mobile apps and touch gaming. He is a retired cop, husband, father, and son. Current Devices: Galaxy Note 3, iPad Air, Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HDX. Twitter - @MichaelVallez.