29
Aug
07

Face Training – on the DS

face training on the DSThe Nintendo DS is a great little game system – I have two of them and although I don’t really play games (except a long while back) I occasionally will play against my son – wirelessly between the two DSs – or play Sudoku. Playing against another person makes game playing a lot better I think. A friend has the Brain Training cartridge that, amazingly, trains your brain. Whether it does, who knows – it is fun though.

I have just found a new, weird game for the DS – Facening de Hyoujou Yutaka ni Inshou Up: Otona no DS Kao Training (I think) . Basically this is Face Training!

What is face training? It is pretty much pulling funny faces that in turn strengthen the underlying muscles and this is then meant to help make you be more beautiful. 🙂 Does it work? I don’t know… I am lucky, I don’t need it 🙂

The game has a camera as well so you can see on one screen the exercise and on the other screen yourself doing it. Looks like Japan only but I am sure if you really wanted it you could understand what to do.


2 Responses to “Face Training – on the DS”


  1. 1 Sudoku
    September 4, 2007 at 6:23 pm

    if you are into Sudoku you shall check out Kakuro which is a new puzzle game that’s getting popular lately 🙂

  2. September 12, 2007 at 1:14 am

    Sound nice. Well not only this post, but all your posts, subscribed right away.


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