Game Description:This game is all about tuning your think tank, and it does so using three types of games: Aha Change, Aha Movie and Aha Cut. Aha Change requires that you find differences in two real-life pictures and point them out using a cursor. Aha Movie displays live-action scenery that looks at first glance like a still pic. Somewhere in the scene, something is moving, and it's your job to find out where. Finally, Aha Cut uses live action movie footage, taking you through various scenes of a drama. Your job is to figure out what changes as the drama cuts between scenes. The game may have "Sony Computer" in the title, but it has nothing to do with Sony Computer Entertainment. Kenichiro Mogi, senior researcher at Sony Computer Science Research Lab, is supervising the game, which is why his name and that of his company appear in the title. The game is based around brain research in "Aha! Experience," a type of brain reaction where you figure out something that had eluded you in the past.