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Trid – A Game That Tests Your Brain’s Processing Speed and Memory


This morning, I was introduced to Trid on Google Play. The app is incredibly smooth and highly addictive. There are five different game modes, but I found myself gravitated more towards the classic Time Attack mode. In the upper hand corner, you are given a pattern that you must duplicate. It seems easy at first, but once Trid begins to rotate and twist, your sense of direction is thrown off making the patterns more difficult to copy in the short amount of time you are given. 

The app is free and as I mentioned, it is very well developed. For anyone looking to test their speed and memory skills, give it a shot and let me know what you think down below.

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  • disqus_Jynz0CStv7

    I am using a Verizon Galaxy S3….I am unable to find and exit or close button to get out of game…please advise

  • ddfuji

    i will try and probably fail horribly!

  • I love it!

  • GovGeek

    Simply awesome.

  • Thanks everyone for trying out my game, and thanks for featuring it on your blog! 🙂 If you have any questions or feature request, feel free to reply.

    • disqus_Jynz0CStv7

      Unable to get out of app using Galaxy s3

      • I’ve already uploaded an update, version 2.0.1 which fixes this issue 🙂

        • Have 2.0.1 on Note2 and still no exit on back button… GREAT GAME!

    • I really like the game but when I have my screen brightness down low (hopefully saving batter on the GNex) I can barely see the 3×3 grid that you use to enter your answer. Maybe making an observation. Great fun quick time waster!

  • I like it, I have a thing for puzzle games, so its worth installing…

  • teejaycard

    Great game! I suck at it but still….great game!

  • WAldenIV

    My brain!

  • JolleyMan

    I found myself rotating my head as the game rotated.

  • KleenDroid