Check out this amazing and cool mind reading numbers game!
This awesome game will ask you to think of a number with two digits. For example 34.
Then you add the two digits of the number together. For example 3+4=7.
Next - subtract the new number from your original number.
For example 34-7=36.
Finally, look at the symbol next to your number. Remember it.

The magician will read your mind and guess your symbol correctly every time!

Amazing isn't it?

I Read Your Mind is an easy, mind-boggling game which you can play anywhere on all your devices, including iPhone & iPad.
If you become totally addicted, we offer an in-app purchase to reveal the magic secret of mind reading!


• Mind reading
• Vintage graphics
• Totally addictive game
• In-app purchase - remove ads and reveal the magic secret
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What’s New

Version 2.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

bugfixes and optimisations

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
67 Ratings

67 Ratings

Savannah2o08 ,

Creepy how did you do it?!

OK first of all how did they do that that is just creepy downright creepy. Second of all please do not make the mouse thingy sound really creepy when he guesses it right.I didn't even add two numbers once but he still got it right when I added it after.#CoolButCreepy.

Sophie rose k. ,

Read this

So I see he just picks the symbol that is next to 27 every time which is his sample answer and some of the numbers can’t add up with any number that gets separated then added then subtracted etc..but he puts the same symbol that’s next to 27 next to all the numbers that actually can equal numbers that are separated then added then subtracted.... I didn’t have to reveal the secret.

TsunamiDragonCutie ,

Pretty fun yet extremely simple

The trick is simple to figure out. If you do it enough times, you just might figure out that the creators did that trick themselves on every double digit number. After figuring out all those answers, they programmed those to always have the same collective symbol. The game is still pretty fun to try and trip up though it's just simple math.

App Privacy

The developer, Ole Kjelsaas, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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