New pricing! Now only $99 for a single user license on both PC and Mac.Focus Pocus is a game that can be played for fun, on your own, or against a friend (available on Windows and Mac OS). You customise a wizard avatar and train to develop “powers” by mastering the 12 engaging mini-games. These powers help you battle the evil necromancer in the boss level! There are Challenge and Multiplayer modes, as well as a “training” mode with performance tracking. The parental reporting application FocusIn uses performance and EEG data to generate the daily and end-of-training reports. In training mode, the difficulty level of the games is adaptive, adjusting game-by-game to the performance of the child with the goal being improvement.


Focus Pocus uses live brain electrical activity (i.e. EEG) from the NeuroSky MindWave portable EEG device, with some games controlled directly by brain power and control.

Note: This version of Focus Pocus does not come with a headset. 



What was Focus Pocus designed to do?
While the games within Focus Pocus are engaging and fun they also exercise important psychological processes that underlie our ability to control our own behaviour, when we learn, play and interact. Take learning for example. As shown below, the outcome of any learning experience is the result of the content presented, the environment in which it is presented, and the person’s readiness to learn.

This readiness depends on attention (a “state” factor) as well as being able to hold information in memory, control impulses and ignore distractions (cognitive factors). Being calm and relaxed is also a part of this readiness. Focus Pocus addresses this readiness, providing an environment to exercise the state and cognitive factors.

Watch a short video on the development of Focus Pocus

For more information, please visit the NeuroCog website

Focus Pocus
• Is fun for all children
• Is a game with benefits
• Contains exercises that may help improve behaviour and the ability to learn
• Helps children to retain information, stay on task and concentrate
• Uses compelling and rewarding game-play that kids are familiar with
• Uses the MindWave – an amazing, portable brainwave-reading headset
• Provides parents with an online tool called FocusIn to track, guide and reward achievement
• Is affordable and user-friendly






System Requirements:

Minimum Specification:

- 2.4GHz CPU (Pentium 4 or Equivalent)
- Microsoft Windows XP SP2/Vista/Windows 7
- Mac OS X v10.6 or v10.7
- 1Gb RAM
- At least 1024 pixel wide desktop resolution at 32-bit colour depth
- 256Mb graphics card, Shader Model 2+
- Stereo audio out
- 65Mb free hard disk space
- NeuroSky Mindset / MindWave Headset

Recommended Specification:
- Dual Core CPU (Core 2 Duo or Equivalent)
- Microsoft Windows XP SP2/Vista/Windows 7
- Mac OS X v10.6 or v10.7
- 2Gb RAM
- At least 1440 pixel wide desktop resolution at 32-bit colour depth
- 512Mb graphics card Shader Model 3+ (nVIDIA GeForce 7 or Equivalent)
- 5.1 audio support
- 100Mb free hard disk space
- NeuroSky Mindset / MindWave Headset

Software Prerequisites:
- DirectX 9.0c (already installed on XP SP2 PC’s and higher)
Focus Pocus: Single User License

Focus Pocus: Single User License

$99.99

Mac PC
Genre: Entertainment Genre: Wellness


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