It’s the perfect time to play a game on a smartphone, with a free mind.
The app, called Mindgame, lets you take control of your own mind.
Its creators say they created the app to help people with attention deficit disorder (ADD) to have more creative ideas.
Read more: Mindgame was designed to help with “thinking about what’s important” and “emotionally engaged with the world”.
It can also be used to help manage anxiety and depression.
“With the use of the app, people can play games that are simple and easy to learn and play, but which allow them to explore and experience an immersive world,” said Mindgame’s founder, Alex Gudner.
“We’re really excited about this and hope to continue to grow this concept over the next couple of years.”
Gudners team is currently in talks with the Australian government to launch the app.
“When you start to see how many people with ADD are using apps like Mindgame every day, you start thinking about how we can build a platform to enable the development of these apps and help them to be more effective and more successful,” he said.
“It’s really a matter of getting people the right tools for the job.”