Blitz Intuition GamesTo win, your intuition is your best ally ! Experience it for yourself !
Four games to develop your intuition
Blitz app In Deep Blue, put yourself in the shoes of chess great Master Garry Kasparov, and relive his historical games versus the supercomputer Deep Blue. You’ll have no other choice than to listen to your intuition, and you will even play certain moves in a blind mode !
If you’re bad at mental maths Focus Level 3 is for you ! This game shows that intuition excels at knowing answers to undoable calculations.
Left ? Right ? When we hesitate, we must trust our intuition. In
Meditation Doors, let your inner voice guide you and doors will open before you in a fluid way.
Baba Nuki is the japanese version of Old Maid. In this game you must feel which card to pick in order to make a pair.
In all these four games, you’ll touch base with your intuition and will learn how to use it better… in chess, in other games, as well as in all aspects of your life.
Also, you will help scientists who wish to understand how it works.
Relive the winning moves of Garry Kasparov versus the super computer Deep Blue.
The time to make your decisions is very short so that you’ll have no other choice than to follow your intuition ! Certain moves will be blind.
And to make things even more challenging, in one mode, all chess pieces will appear white !
Focus Level 3
What your logical mind can’t handle anymore your intuition knows !
Practice, and you won’t be scared by apparently unsolvable problems anymore !
Open the perception doors and experience the intuitive flow !
With Meditation Doors, let it guide you and open the doors ahead of you, in the fluidity brought by the consciousness flow and self confidence.
Thanks to intuition, no need to cheat to pick the right card.
Baba Nuki is a japanese card game similar to Old Maid. A deck of 51 cards, and you must rapidly make pairs that you discard.
How can you feel which card is the one you need ?
In the hope of winning, some leave it up to chance, others attempt to cheat. But there’s a third way – by far the best, explaining why some people are lucky at games : to follow the compass of intuition.