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Three plus eight equals Yoshi: How to cheat at Brain Age

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If you're having some trouble whittling your Brain Age down to that elusive 20-year-old benchmark, a clever player named Ryuto has developed a sure-fire method of lowering that all important number: Cheat. Or, better yet, cheat while drawing fun doodles of Nintendo trademarks.



Using an emulator and a time-assisted tool, Ryuto answers the simple math questions of Brain Age with lightning-quick speed. Of course, just drawing the numbers isn't enough -- he actually manages to hide the correct answers within tiny illustrations. That's great, but we actually came up with our own method of cheating a long, long time ago -- we paid attention in school and studied really, really hard, giving us an above average comprehension of mathematics. That's how you really beat the system.

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