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Quick brain game to test the limits of your peripheral vision

Try this quick game to test your periph­er­al vision, visu­al short-term mem­o­ry and hand-eye coor­di­na­tion.

Instruc­tions: When all the num­bered red squares are vis­i­ble, try to get rid of them as fast as you can, in numer­i­cal order. You don’t have to click them… just touch them with the cur­sor.

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10 Responses

  1. sheri says:

    there were no 2,3,4 …that’s strange.

  2. Alvaro says:

    Hel­lo Sheri, I can see the 2,3,4…do you see them now?

  3. nancy says:

    best I could do was 33 seconds…I guess that would be 1 num­ber per second..this would be great prac­tice for hock­ey players..I was imag­in­ing they were all pucks.

  4. Alvaro says:

    that’s pret­ty good Nancy…and yes, hock­ey play­ers (or bas­ket­ball ones) need to have great periph­er­al vision and rec­tion times!

  5. Lmnop says:

    47 seconds…on a lap­top. 😀

  6. Black Guy says:

    i got thir­ty sec­onds dont kno if thats good or not but i play bas­ket­ball pro­l­ly explains why im so good

  7. jairo obando says:

    I got thir­ty one after sev­er­al times.It is an inter­est­ing exer­cise

  8. BRyan says:

    i am 14 years old an i am in col­lege mate­r­i­al infor­ma­tion i just want­ed to say i love this game and i don’t want it to g away and if it does i am going to give all of you the swine flu

  9. Suzanne says:

    How do “old” peo­ple typ­i­cal­ly do??? I’m 60 and on the sec­ond try I did the puz­zle in 75 sec­onds. sloooow?

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