We're a very different kind of company. Anti-Aging Games, LLC was started by a group of friends with three goals:
- Make fun and effective games designed to stimulate the brain
- Create tips that teach users how to potentially reduce their risk of early memory loss through lifestyle changes
- Give 20% of the pre-tax profits to worthy charities to improve lives around the world. These charities include International Medical Corps, RAINN,
Mercy Corps, and the Alzheimer's Association.
We're lucky to have a world-class team. Our games are designed by Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari, in collaboration with the best scientists we could find.
Our games are designed to be fun and easy. We know you are busy... that's why we've designed our games to be played in increments so whether you can spend 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or an hour, you'll enjoy Anti-Aging Games™. As you play, your scores
are recorded into a massive database. Your progress is tracked and the metrics are easy to understand and very transparent so that you can see for yourself how your scores progress over time.
Your feedback is encouraged and we take your input very seriously.
We believe in socially responsible business. Twenty percent of the pre-tax profits will be given to worthy charities to improve lives (both in terms of quality of life and longevity) around the world. In the U.S. we will be donating to Alzheimer's Prevention
research. In other parts of the world, simple things like access to clean water, malaria nets, medicine, medical assistants, and crisis counselors make a big difference both the quality of life and length of life. The charities include International Medical Corps, RAINN, Mercy Corps, The World Society for the Protection of Animals,
and the Alzheimer's Association.
So far the Anti-Aging Games community has helped 2227.9524 others and counting!
With the help of matching grants, our social impact fund has helped 4455.90447 others and counting!
Our goal is to increase quality of life and longevity for people and animals around the world. In the developed world, we can help by providing brain fitness games. In the developing world, we can help by providing access to clean water, medicine, supplies,
education, support, and medical caregivers.