According to WebMD.com, when people keep their minds active, their thinking skills are less likely to decline, medical research shows. So games, puzzles, and other types of brain training may help slow memory loss and other mental problems. People who regularly challenge their minds may spend a shorter part of their lives in a state of decline, even if they do get Alzheimer’s. When you keep your brain active with exercises or other tasks, you may help build up a reserve supply of brain cells and links between them. You might even grow new brain cells. This may be one reason scientists have seen a link between Alzheimer’s and lower levels of education. Experts think the extra mental activity from education may protect the brain by strengthening connections between its cells. SumQuest is an addition-based game designed with the aim of boosting mental maths ability. There are numerous versions of the game which can be played and which cater for various age and skill levels. SumQuest is available for one more week of open testing from the Apple iStore https://testflight.apple.com/join/UNf24It8 and from the Google Play Store  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.happytum.sumquest. All SumQuest features are free in open testing so download today, play and give your brain a boost!