Employee engagement is a generic term that encompasses the emotional commitment, motivation and overall sense of wellbeing of an employee, derived from specific workplace approaches. Surveys actually show that an increase in employee engagement results in higher productivity, profitability and customer metrics while lowering absenteeism, corruption and problems with safety and quality. This makes it a struggle for organizations to keep coming up with new ways to keep their employees engaged. One such way is through the use of brain games. The brain is a highly adaptive organ, something known as plasticity. The brain has the capacity to adapt and conform itself depending on the surrounding environment. Therefore the key is to create supportive surroundings at the workplace which would allow the brains of the employees to perceive input more efficiently and process it faster into productive work. This is something brain games do. They provide an environment that is conducive to maximal engagement by the employees. Though the mechanism by which they do this varies with each game, the basic concept is that these games focus on factors such as satisfaction, social interaction, emotional stability and bonding. At the same time they improve other quantifiable functions of the brain such as memory, logic, concentration and a whole host of other cognitive abilities. Brain games should hence be added to the repertoire of workplace tools to ensure better employee engagement, especially when there are limited resources for implementing other modes of employee engagement programs.