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The grandmother-of-one, who still lives independently, said she is so addicted to the hand-held device she wore out her first console and had to replace it. Kit turned 100 last Friday but, according to the Brain Trainer, one of her favourite games, she has a mental age of just 64 - the same age as her daughter Pam. She said yesterday: 'It's absolutely super. I don't feel a day over 80.
If there's nothing on the television I'll sit for an hour or two and try my hand on a game. I'll do some of the brain training exercises and I'm also learning to paint on it. 'I can't speak highly enough of this Nintendo. It helps to keep my brain as active as possible in my old age. 'If there's any secret to a long life it's to think positive and keep your mind active.'
'This game has had huge success thanks to its' ability to stimulate the brain and challenge memory skills simply by using it for just a few minutes each day. 'It is wonderful that she also hones her creative skills on Art Academy. Our products are designed to be enjoyed by all ages and generations and Mrs Connell is true testament to this.'