Does AARP have free brain games?
Are You Game? Have fun, relax, and play games from Staying Sharp®. AARP’s brain health program Staying Sharp is included with AARP membership. Test your spatial memory with this block-busting puzzler.
Does the AARP app have games?
The all-new AARP Games is up and running and waiting for you. Get your game on — and have fun! You may also like: Free apps for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. »
Where can I find free online games?
247 Games. Best For: Classic games, card games and puzzles.
Does AARP magazine have a crossword puzzle?
Mini Crossword Puzzles from AARP for You to Play Now.
What is AARP Staying Sharp program?
Staying Sharp is a program that shows you how to incorporate the six pillars of brain health into your daily life. The pillars follow guidance from the Global Council on Brain Health whose goal is to provide simple steps people can take every day to learn about their brains and live life to the fullest.
Is there a game on newsletter for AARP?
NEW: AARP’s Game On! Newsletter — level up your play every month with the latest games, tips, exclusive opportunities for Members, and community. Sign up now. AARP Right Again! Trivia True? Have Questions? Contact Arkadium Support. You are now leaving AARP.org and going to a website that is not operated by AARP.
What video games can you play on AARP games?
Now you can play your favorite Atari games like Pong, Centipede, Breakout, Missile Command & Asteroids here on AARP Games. Play Now Texas Hold ‘Em Poker All the fun, none of the risk! Play Texas Hold ‘Em Poker, a free poker video game where you can win poker chips at a virtual table against AI opponents.
Is there a daily crossword puzzle at AARP games?
Stan Newman’s Daily Crossword Stan Newman is one of the most legendary names in crosswords—now you can play his puzzles at AARP Games! Every day you’ll find a new puzzle from legendary crossword editor Stan Newman.
What is AARP’s Movies for Grownups?
For two decades, AARP’s Movies for Grownups program has championed movies for grownups, by grownups, by advocating for the 50-plus audience, fighting industry ageism and encouraging films that resonate with mature viewers. Award-winning stage and film actor Alan Cumming kicked off the show with a musical opening parody of “Cabaret.”