Games can involve your mind and can help you in building your memory. What we practice more, our brain memorizes it with a pattern and store the particular signals.
Our Brain is smart and then intrigues all the concepts. Games for brains are equivalent to exercise for human being. When we use our brain, the circulation is very good and our brain can breathe. In some play schools, brain games are the major part of the activities. The younger kindergarten students will catch these things more than an adult human being. If they are being asked to pressurize their brain at such a tender age, result can be unbelievable. In the arm of competition, children learn a lot. These things should become compulsory in schools especially from nursery to fourth standard. This way we can have an assurance that they will certainly have better minds and the way they will think will be much better. With growing age, this will be a very positive part. These will surely help in their further study plan.
8 Queens is one of the simple strategy games based on one of the chess rules, demonstrating the behavior of the queen in the board, to win you have to find spots to move the queen 8 times.
The eight queen’s puzzle is based on the classic strategy games problem which is in this case putting eight chess queens on an 8×8 chessboard such that none of them is able to capture any other using the standard chess queen's moves. The color of the queens is meaningless in this puzzle, and any queen is assumed to be able to attack any other. Thus, a solution requires that no two queens share the same row, column, or diagonal. The eight queen’s puzzle is an example of the more general n queen’s puzzle of placing n8 queens on an n×n chessboard like the board below:
Finding all solutions to this strategy game (the 8 queen’s puzzle) is a good example of a simple but nontrivial problem. For this reason, it is often used as an example problem for various programming techniques, including nontraditional approaches such as constraint programming, logic programming or genetic algorithms. Most often, it is used as an example of a problem which can be solved with a recursive algorithm, by phrasing the n queens problem inductively in terms of adding a single queen to any solution to the n?1 queens problem. The induction bottoms out with the solution to the 0 queen’s problem, which is an empty chessboard.