We have integrated 7 neuro-assessment games into our platform to assess a candidate's personality traits and cognitive skills. In this article we'll provide you with an overview of what these games are able to measure.

Useful to know: Our algorithm helps you deciding which games are relevant for your job openings and determining the desired score.

Game 1. Skyscraper

When playing the Skyscraper you'll be asked to rebuild the tower(s) shown in the example above - as fast as possible and by using the least possible steps.

The Skyscraper measures the following traits:

  • Solution-orientation: The tendency to focus on quickly solving problems rather than thoroughly analysing problems.
  • Analytical thinking: The ability to quickly analyse problems to be able to solve these problems.
  • Logical thinking: The ability to reason consistently and practically to come to a conclusion.
  • Creative thinking: The ability to look at problems or situations from a fresh perspective to conceive of something new or original.
  • Critical thinking: The ability to objectively analyse and evaluate an issue in order to form a judgement.
  • Need for autonomy: The need to be self-governed rather than controlled by others.
  • Self-reliance/independence: The ability to do things and make decisions by yourself, without needing other people to help you.
  • Decision making ability: The ability to choose between two or more different options after a rational process of reasoning.
  • Helicopter view: The ability to quickly create an overview of a certain situation without needing too many details.
  • Learning ability: The ability to understand and profit from experience.

Game 2. Grillmaster

When playing The Grillmaster you'll be asked to get the burgers and sausages off the barbecue at the right cooking time without letting them burn.  

The Grillmaster measures the following traits:

  • Multitasking: The ability to deal with more than one task at the same time.
  • Task prioritisation: The ability to evaluate different tasks and order these tasks on importance, urgency of relevance.
  • Stress resistance: The ability to properly deal with stressful situations.
  • Planning ability/structure: The ability to accurately estimate time and effort required to complete a task, the order of different tasks and the resources/systems required to complete these tasks in a structured way.

Game 3. The Balloon

When playing The Balloon you'll be asked to blow up the balloon as big a possible without letting them burst. The bigger the balloon, the more money you can earn.   

The Balloon measures the following traits:

  • Risk taking behaviour: The tendency to be a risk taker rather than being risk averse.
  • Risk assessment: The ability to identify, evaluate and estimate the level of risk involved in a situation and the possible consequence of this risk.
  • Ownership: The ability to stand, announce and take your responsible for executing a particular task or project.

Game 4. The Switch

When playing The Switch you'll be asked to answer two different questions in a random order as fast and accurately as possible. 

The Switch measures the following traits:

  • Flexibility: The extent to which a person can cope with changes in circumstances and think about problems and tasks in novel, creative ways.
  • Agility/adaptability: The ability to adjust to new conditions or situations.

Game 5. The ShapeShift

When playing The ShapeShift you'll be asked to indicate whether a circle or square is shown - without getting distracted by the location of this shape. 

The ShapeShift measures the following traits:

  • Impulse control/self-control: The ability to control yourself (in particular emotions and desires) in different/unexpected situations.
  • Long-term focus: The ability to focus on long-term goals rather than short-term achievements.

Game 6. CodeCompare

When playing The CodeCompare you'll be asked to select the code that's similar to the example shown above under time pressure. 

The CodeCompare measures the following traits:

  • Accuracy: The quality or state of being correct or precise.
  • Eye for detail: The ability to quickly small, but important things that others won’t notice that quickly.

Game 7. PinCode

When playing The PinCode you'll be asked to select the code that's similar to the example shown above under time pressure. 

The PinCode measures the following traits:

  • Working memory: Part of the short-term memory, responsible for temporarily storing and managing the information required to carry out complex cognitive tasks such as learning, reasoning, and comprehension.

If you have any questions about our neuro-assessment games you can chat us. 👉

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